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3-D Reconstruction from Sparse Views using Monocular Vision

We consider the task of creating a 3-d model of a large novel environment, given only a small number of images of the scene. See more details on algorithm here. This page shows some examples of larger 3d models created using Monocular Vision (July 2007).

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Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4

Example 1: Images with small overlap

Original Images:

Models: Link to model

Example 2: Images with repeated structures

Original Images

Models Link to model

Example 3: 3-D model with 3 images at sparse views


Models Video Link to model

Example 4: Model of a big area using only 4 images


Models: Video, Link to model