Special Issue "Camera Calibration and 3D Reconstruction"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2021.
Interests: optical metrology; computer vision; probabilistic models; deflectometry
Interests: optical metrology; ray and wave optics; image processing
The importance of accurate image-based assessment of 3D objects and scenes is rapidly growing in the fields of computer vision (cf. AR/VR, autonomous driving, aerial surveillance, etc.) and optical metrology (photogrammetry, fringe projection, deflectometry, etc.). As the performance of digital sensors and optics approaches physical limits, uncertainties associated with models of imaging geometry, calibration workflows and data types, pattern recognition algorithms etc. directly affect numerous applications.
We are pleased to invite you to contribute manuscripts to this Special Issue. It addresses the metrological aspects of modeling, characterizing, and using digital cameras in the context of 3D measurements, as well as novel analytic (e.g., visualization) tools and techniques facilitating robust and reliable camera-based measurements. Both original research articles and reviews are welcome.
We look forward to receiving your contributions. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any comments or questions.
Dr. Alexey Pak
Prof. Dr. Steffen Reichel
Dr. Jan Burke
Manuscript Submission Information
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- camera calibration
- geometrical camera models
- image-based 3D reconstruction
- uncertainties in optical 3D measurements
- shape-from-X techniques
- high-precision camera-based measurements
- non-conventional imaging systems for 3D measurements
- computational imaging for 3D measurements