Photo-consistency

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In computer vision Photo-consistency determines whether a given voxel is occupied. A voxel is considered to be photo consistent when its color appears to be similar to all the cameras that can see it.[1] Most voxel coloring or space carving techniques require using photo consistency as a check condition in Image-based modeling and rendering applications.

Usage[edit]

3D Volumetric Reconstruction.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jianfeng Yin and Jeremy R. Cooperstock, A New Photo Consistency Test for Voxel Coloring, Proceedings of the Second Canadian Conference on Computer and Robot Vision (CRV’05), IEEE
  2. ^ Alexander Hornung, and Leif Kobbelt, Robust and Efficient Photo-Consistency Estimation for Volumetric 3D Reconstruction, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg.
  3. ^ Zsolt Janko, Dmitry Chetverikov, Photo-Consistency Based Registration of an Uncalibrated Image Pair to a 3D Surface Model Using Genetic Algorithm, Proceedings of the 3D Data Processing, Visualization, and Transmission, 2nd International Symposium.
  4. ^ Sudipta N. Sinha Marc Pollefeys, Multi-view Reconstruction using Photo-consistency and Exact Silhouette Constraints: A Maximum-Flow Formulation.