PROJECT TITLE :
Robust, Efficient Depth Reconstruction with Hierarchical Confidence-Based Matching - 2017
In recent years, taking photos and capturing videos with mobile devices became increasingly standard. Emerging applications based mostly on the depth reconstruction technique have been developed, such as Google lens blur. But, depth reconstruction is tough thanks to occlusions, non-diffuse surfaces, repetitive patterns, and textureless surfaces, and it's become additional tough thanks to the unstable image quality and uncontrolled scene condition in the mobile setting. In this paper, we have a tendency to present a completely unique hierarchical framework with multi-read confidence-based matching for sturdy, efficient depth reconstruction in uncontrolled scenes. Particularly, the proposed framework combines native value aggregation with global cost optimization during a complementary manner that increases potency and accuracy. A depth map is efficiently obtained in a coarse-to-fine manner by using an image pyramid. Moreover, confidence maps are computed to robustly fuse multi-view matching cues, and to constrain the stereo matching on a finer scale. The proposed framework has been evaluated with challenging indoor and outdoor scenes, and has achieved sturdy and economical depth reconstruction.
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