Improved Feature Matching for Mobile Devices with IMU
AbstractThanks to the recent diffusion of low-cost high-resolution digital cameras and to the development of mostly automated procedures for image-based 3D reconstruction, the popularity of photogrammetry for environment surveys is constantly increasing in the last years. Automatic feature matching is an important step in order to successfully complete the photogrammetric 3D reconstruction: this step is the fundamental basis for the subsequent estimation of the geometry of the scene. This paper reconsiders the feature matching problem when dealing with smart mobile devices (e.g., when using the standard camera embedded in a smartphone as imaging sensor). More specifically, this paper aims at exploiting the information on camera movements provided by the inertial navigation system (INS) in order to make the feature matching step more robust and, possibly, computationally more efficient. First, a revised version of the affine scale-invariant feature transform (ASIFT) is considered: this version reduces the computational complexity of the original ASIFT, while still ensuring an increase of correct feature matches with respect to the SIFT. Furthermore, a new two-step procedure for the estimation of the essential matrix E (and the camera pose) is proposed in order to increase its estimation robustness and computational efficiency. View Full-Text
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Masiero, A.; Vettore, A. Improved Feature Matching for Mobile Devices with IMU. Sensors 2016, 16, 1243.
Masiero A, Vettore A. Improved Feature Matching for Mobile Devices with IMU. Sensors. 2016; 16(8):1243.Chicago/Turabian Style
Masiero, Andrea; Vettore, Antonio. 2016. "Improved Feature Matching for Mobile Devices with IMU." Sensors 16, no. 8: 1243.
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