PROJECT TITLE :
Rectification Using Different Types of Cameras Attached to a Vehicle
Stereo matching computations must include the rectification process. Stereo camera systems are commonly fitted in vehicles for outside and street-related applications, such as vehicle and pedestrian detection, lane detection, and traffic sign recognition, in order to collect depth information. A method for rectification of stereo pictures is presented in this work, which utilises current front and rear-view vehicle cameras. Cameras with different focal lengths can be used with the proposed strategy. Camera alignment variance from stereo systems can be tolerated by this strategy. Different focal length compensation methods and image relationship estimation are used to accomplish this. Proposed methods may work reliably and accurately with various types of stereo pictures and greatly outperform current rectification methods, according to experimental data.
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