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CvInvokeStereoCalibrate Method
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Public methodStatic memberStereoCalibrate(IInputArray, IInputArray, IInputArray, IInputOutputArray, IInputOutputArray, IInputOutputArray, IInputOutputArray, Size, IOutputArray, IOutputArray, IOutputArray, IOutputArray, CalibType, MCvTermCriteria)
Estimates transformation between the 2 cameras making a stereo pair. If we have a stereo camera, where the relative position and orientatation of the 2 cameras is fixed, and if we computed poses of an object relative to the fist camera and to the second camera, (R1, T1) and (R2, T2), respectively (that can be done with cvFindExtrinsicCameraParams2), obviously, those poses will relate to each other, i.e. given (R1, T1) it should be possible to compute (R2, T2) - we only need to know the position and orientation of the 2nd camera relative to the 1st camera. That's what the described function does. It computes (R, T) such that: R2=R*R1, T2=R*T1 + T
Public methodStatic memberStereoCalibrate(MCvPoint3D32f, PointF, PointF, IInputOutputArray, IInputOutputArray, IInputOutputArray, IInputOutputArray, Size, IOutputArray, IOutputArray, IOutputArray, IOutputArray, CalibType, MCvTermCriteria)
Estimates transformation between the 2 cameras making a stereo pair. If we have a stereo camera, where the relative position and orientatation of the 2 cameras is fixed, and if we computed poses of an object relative to the fist camera and to the second camera, (R1, T1) and (R2, T2), respectively (that can be done with cvFindExtrinsicCameraParams2), obviously, those poses will relate to each other, i.e. given (R1, T1) it should be possible to compute (R2, T2) - we only need to know the position and orientation of the 2nd camera relative to the 1st camera. That's what the described function does. It computes (R, T) such that: R2=R*R1, T2=R*T1 + T
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