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Freehand Acquisition of 3D Objects

Adore - Applicable dynamic object reconstruction environment

Authors: Klaus Häming, Sergey Cheremukhin, Andrei Tchouev

adore.zip, licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 DE

The use of this material for military and/or intelligence purposes is disapproved.

This work was enabled by funding of the German Research Foundation (DFG), grant PE 887/3-3.

Object with Reconstructed Point Cloud

Adore is a computer vision library containing algorithms which facilitate the creation of structure from motion software. It contains modules for

- feature detection and matching,
- epipolar geometry estimation,
- bundle adjustment,
- autocalibration, and
- visualization.

The scientific background of Adore is described in

Klaus Häming and Gabriele Peters,
The Structure-from-Motion Reconstruction Pipeline - A Survey with Focus on Short Image Sequences,
Kybernetika, Vol. 46 (5), pp. 926-937, 2010.

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