Camillo J. Taylor, GRASP Lab, University of
Pennsylvania - [home]
Model of the Berkeley Campanile reconstructed
from a single image
In this work we present a new method of modeling and rendering
architecture photorealistically from a small number of photographs.
The work consists of:
- Photogrammetric Modeling: A method for interactively recovering
3D models and camera positions from photographs
- View-Dependent Texture Mapping: A method for turning a 3D
model and a set of photographs from known positions into renderings
- Model-Based Stereo: A method of refining an approximate geometric
model of a scene to conform to its actual appearance in a set
- C.J. Taylor and Paul E. Debevec and Jitendra
Polyhedral Models of Architectural Scenes from Photographs".
Proceeding of the European Conference on Computer Vision, pp.
659-668, May 1996
- Paul E. Debevec and C.J.Taylor and Jitendra
and Rendering Architecture from Photographs:A hybrid geometry-and
image-based approach." SIGGRAPH 1996, pp11-20
- C.J. Taylor and D.
and motion from line segments in multiple images", IEEE
Trans. On Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, Vol. 17
No. 11, pp 1021-1033, November 1995
- C. Taylor and D.J. Kriegman. "Structure
and motion from line segments in multiple images". IEEE
Int. Conf. on Robotics and Automation, pp 1615-1620, May 1992.
- Camillo J. Taylor and David J. Kriegman.
on the Lie Group SO(3) and Related Manifolds" Center
for Systems Science Technical Report TR9405, May 1994, Dept.
of Electrical Engineering Yale University.
- Paul Debevec maintains the Facade
home page which includes links to related commercial products
and lots of fun movies and images.