15.2.4 Camera Calibration, Robot Based, Servo

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Camera Calibration. Camera Calibration, Motion. Camera Calibration, Robot. Active Vision, Calibration. Stereo version: See also Camera Calibration, Stereo, Robot Based, Movable.

Sobel, I.E.[Irwin E.],
On Calibrating Computer Controlled Cameras for Perceiving 3-D Scenes,
AI(5), No. 2, June 1974, pp. 185-198.
WWW Link. BibRef 7406
Earlier: IJCAI73(648-657). BibRef
Earlier:
Camera Models and Machine Perception,
Stanford AIMemo 121, May 1971. BibRef Ph.D.Thesis. 1970. Nonlinear optimization approach. Hardware description included. BibRef

Fukui, I.[Ikuo],
TV Image Processing to Determine the Position of a Robot Vehicle,
PR(14), No. 1-6, 1981, pp. 101-109.
WWW Link. BibRef 8100

Izaguirre, A., Pu, P., and Summers, J.,
A New Development in Camera Calibration: Calibrating a Pair of Mobile Cameras,
IJRR(6), No. 3, 1987, pp. 104-116. BibRef 8700

Bowman, M.E., and Forrest, A.K.,
Transformation Calibration of a Camera Mounted on a Robot,
IVC(5), No. 4, November 1987, pp. 261-266.
WWW Link. BibRef 8711

Lenz, R.K.[Reimar K.], and Tsai, R.Y.,
Techniques for Calibration of the Scale Factor and Image Center for High Accuracy 3-D Machine Vision Metrology,
PAMI(10), No. 5, September 1988, pp. 713-720.
IEEE DOI Camera Calibration. See the related papers under the camera calibration section. Various techniques for calibration and error analysis. BibRef 8809

Lenz, R.K., and Tsai, R.Y.,
Calibrating a Cartesian Robot with Eye-on-Hand Configuration Independent of Eye-to-Hand Relationship,
PAMI(11), No. 9, September 1989, pp. 916-928.
IEEE DOI BibRef 8909
Earlier:
Calibrating a Cartesian Robot with Eye-Hand Configuration Independent of Eye-to-Hand Relationship,
CVPR88(67-75).
IEEE DOI The paper has pointers to other calibration papers. BibRef

Tsai, R.Y., and Lenz, R.K.,
A New Technique for Fully Autonomous and Efficient 3D Robotics Hand/Eye Calibration,
RA(5), 1989, pp. 345-358. BibRef 8900
Earlier:
Real Time Versatile Robotics Hand/Eye Calibration Using 3D Machine Vision,
CRA88(xx-yy). BibRef

Shiu, Y.C., Ahmad, S.,
Calibration of Wrist-Mounted Robotic Sensors by Solving Homogeneous Transform Equations of the Form Ax = Xb,
RA(5), 1989, pp. 16-29. BibRef 8900

Puget, P., Skordas, T.,
Calibrating A Mobile Camera,
IVC(8), No. 4, November 1990, pp. 341-348. (Not online). BibRef 9011
Earlier:
An optimal solution for mobile camera calibration,
ECCV90(187-198).
Springer DOI 9004
Not online. BibRef

Zhuang, H., Shiu, Y.C.,
A Noise-Tolerant Algorithm for Robotic Hand-Eye Calibration with or without Sensor Orientation Measurement,
SMC(23), 1993, pp. 1168-1175. BibRef 9300

Wang, C.C.,
Extrinsic Calibration of a Vision Sensor Mounted on a Robot,
RA(8), 1992, pp. 161-175. BibRef 9200

Park, F.C., Martin, B.J.,
Robot Sensor Calibration: Solving Ax=Xb on the Euclidean Group,
RA(10), No. 5, October 1994, pp. 717-721. BibRef 9410

Zhuang, H., Qu, Z.,
A New Identification Jacobian for Robotic Hand-Eye Calibration,
SMC(24), 1994, pp. 1284-1287. BibRef 9400

Basu, A.,
Active Calibration of Cameras: Theory and Implementation,
SMC(25), No. 2, February 1995, pp. 256-265. BibRef 9502
Earlier:
Active Calibration: Alternative Strategy and Analysis,
CVPR93(495-500).
IEEE DOI Does not need a fixed pattern, only some strong edges. BibRef

Basu, A., Ravi, K.,
Active Camera Calibration Using Pan, Tilt And Roll,
SMC-B(27), No. 3, June 1997, pp. 559-566.
IEEE Top Reference. 9706
BibRef

Vanalbada, G.D., Lagerberg, J.M., Visser, A.,
Eye In Hand Robot Calibration,
IndRob(21), No. 6, 1994, pp. 14-17. BibRef 9400

Chang, Y.L.[Yuh-Lin], Lebegue, X.[Xavier], Aggarwal, J.K.,
Calibrating a Mobile Camera's Parameters,
PR(26), No. 1, January 1993, pp. 75-88.
WWW Link. BibRef 9301

Magee, M.[Michael], Aggarwal, J.K.,
Robot Self-Location Using Visual Reasoning Relative to a Single Target Object,
PR(28), No. 2, February 1995, pp. 125-134.
WWW Link. More the pose or position of the camera than calibration. BibRef 9502

Kite, D.H.[David H.], Magee, M.[Michael],
Determining the 3D Position and Orientation of a Robot Camera Using 2D Monocular Vision,
PR(23), No. 8, 1990, pp. 819-831.
WWW Link. BibRef 9000

Horaud, R., Dornaika, F.,
Hand-Eye Calibration,
IJRR(14), No. 3, June 1995, pp. 195-210. BibRef 9506

Horaud, R., Mohr, R., Lorecki, B.,
On Single-Scanline Camera Calibration,
RA(9), 1993, pp. 71-75. BibRef 9300

Chen, C.Y., Stitt, S., Zheng, Y.F.,
Robotic Eye-in-Hand Calibration by Calibrating Optical-Axis and Target Pattern,
JIRS(12), No. 2, 1995, pp. 155-173. BibRef 9500

Preising, B., Hsia, T.C.,
Robot Performance-Measurement and Calibration Using a 3D Computer Vision System,
Robotica(13), July-August 1995, pp. 327-337. BibRef 9507

Zhuang, H.Q., Wang, K.C., Roth, Z.S.,
Simultaneous Calibration of a Robot and a Hand-Mounted Camera,
RA(11), No. 5, October 1995, pp. 649-660. BibRef 9510

Mclauchlan, P.F., Murray, D.W.,
Active Camera Calibration for a Head-Eye Platform Using the Variable State-Dimension Filter,
PAMI(18), No. 1, January 1996, pp. 15-22.
IEEE DOI
HTML Version. Or
WWW Link. Track corner features to improve calibration parameters. BibRef 9601

Beardsley, P.A., Murray, D.W., Zisserman, A.,
Camera Calibration Using Multiple Images,
ECCV92(312-320).
Springer DOI BibRef 9200

Beardsley, P.A., Murray, D.W.,
Camera Calibration Using Vanishing Points,
BMVC92(xx-yy).
PDF File. 9209
BibRef

Wan, X.[Xiang], Xu, G.Y.[Guang-You],
Camera Parameters Estimation and Evaluation in Active Vision System,
PR(29), No. 3, March 1996, pp. 439-447.
WWW Link. BibRef 9603

Zhuang, H., Wu, W.C.,
Camera Calibration with a Near-Parallel (Ill-Conditioned) Calibration Board Configuration,
RA(12), No. 6, December 1996, pp. 918-921. 9702
BibRef

Pajdla, T.[Tomas], Hlavac, V.[Vaclav],
Camera Calibration and 3D Euclidean Reconstruction from Known Observer Translations,
CVPR98(421-426).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9800

┼str÷m, K.[Kalle], Cipolla, R.[Roberto], Giblin, P.J.[Peter J.],
Generalised Epipolar Constraints,
IJCV(33), No. 1, September 1999, pp. 51-72.
DOI Link BibRef 9909
Earlier: ECCV96(II:95-108).
Springer DOI
HTML Version.
PS File. Find the camera positions by analyzing the sequence. BibRef

Gans, N., Hutchinson, S.A., and Corke, P.I.,
Performance Tests for Visual Servo Control Systems, with Application to Partitioned Approaches to Visual Servo Control,
IJRR(22), No. 10-11, October-November 2003, pp. 955-981. BibRef 0310

Corke, P.I., and Hutchinson, S.A.,
A New Partitioned Approach to Image-Based Visual Servo Control,
RA(17), No. 4, August 2001, pp. 507-515. BibRef 0108

Marchand, ╔.[╔ric], Chaumette, F.[Franšois],
Feature tracking for visual servoing purposes,
RobAS(52), No. 1, 31 July 2005, pp. 53-70.
Elsevier DOI BibRef 0507
Earlier:
A New Formulation for Non-Linear Camera Calibration Using Virtual Visual Servoing,
INRIARR-4096, January 2001.
HTML Version. 0105
BibRef

Tahri, O.[Omar], Araujo, H., Mezouar, Y., Chaumette, F.[Franšois],
Efficient Iterative Pose Estimation Using an Invariant to Rotations,
Cyber(44), No. 2, February 2014, pp. 199-207.
IEEE DOI 1403
Camera pose. BibRef

Tahri, O.[Omar], Chaumette, F.[Franšois],
Determination of Moment Invariants and Their Application to Visual Servoing,
INRIARR-4845, 2003.
HTML Version. BibRef 0300

Poropat, G.[George],
Method of tracking and sensing position of objects,
US_Patent6,442,476, Aug 27, 2002
WWW Link. Sensor position. BibRef 0208

Knight, J.[Joss], Reid, I.D.[Ian D.],
Automated Alignment of Robotic Pan-Tilt Camera Units Using Vision,
IJCV(68), No. 3, July 2006, pp. 219-237.
Springer DOI 0606
BibRef

Pribanic, T.[Tomislav], Sturm, P.F.[Peter F.], Cifrek, M.[Mario],
Calibration of 3D kinematic systems using orthogonality constraints,
MVA(18), No. 6, December 2007, pp. 367-381.
Springer DOI
PDF File. 0711
BibRef

Pribanic, T.[Tomislav], Sturm, P.F.[Peter F.], Peharec, S.,
Wand-based calibration of 3D kinematic system,
IET-CV(3), No. 3, September 2009, pp. 124-129.
DOI Link 0909
BibRef

Hui, T.W.[Tak-Wai], Chung, R.[Ronald],
Determining shape and motion from non-overlapping multi-camera rig: A direct approach using normal flows,
CVIU(117), No. 8, August 2013, pp. 947-964.
Elsevier DOI 1306
BibRef
Earlier:
Towards a robust hand-eye calibration using normal flows,
ICPR12(2545-2548).
WWW Link. 1302
Camera motion; Normal flow; Non-overlapping multiple cameras; Optical flow; Spherical camera BibRef

Hui, T.W.[Tak-Wai], Chung, R.[Ronald],
Determining Shape and Motion from Monocular Camera: A Direct Approach Using Normal Flows,
PR(48), No. 2, 2015, pp. 422-437.
Elsevier DOI 1411
Camera motion See also Correspondence-Free Stereo Vision: Extension from Planar Scene Case to Polyhedral Scene Case. BibRef

Hui, T.W.[Tak-Wai], Chung, R.[Ronald],
Binocular estimation of motion: A least-square solution using normal flows,
ICIP13(3830-3834)
IEEE DOI 1402
Least-square solution;normal flows;optical flows;stereo motion BibRef

Oku, H.[Hiromasa], Iida, K.[Kazuhisa],
Automatic omni-directional, high-speed, pan-tilt platform,
SPIE(Newsroom), February 23, 2017
DOI Link 1703
Three rotational mirrors are used in the Saccade Mirror 3 system to achieve a wide gaze-control range of more than 180░ and a high-speed response of less than 5ms. BibRef


Lee, B.[Bijun], Zhou, J.[Jian], Ye, M.[Maosheng], Guo, Y.[Yuan],
A Novel Approach To Camera Calibration Method For Smart Phones Under Road Environment,
ISPRS16(B5: 49-54).
DOI Link 1610
BibRef

Brunn, A., Meyer, T.,
Calibration Of A Multi-camera Rover,
ISPRS16(B5: 445-452).
DOI Link 1610
BibRef

Nyman, P.[Patrik], Heyden, A.[Anders], Astrom, K.[Kalle],
Multi-camera Platform Calibration Using Multi-linear Constraints,
ICPR10(53-56).
IEEE DOI 1008
BibRef

Seo, Y.D.[Yong-Duek], Choi, Y.J.[Young-Ju], Lee, S.W.[Sang Wook],
A branch-and-bound algorithm for globally optimal calibration of a camera-and-rotation-sensor system,
ICCV09(1173-1178).
IEEE DOI 0909
See also branch-and-bound algorithm for globally optimal camera pose and focal length, A. BibRef

Esquivel, S.[Sandro], Woelk, F.[Felix], Koch, R.[Reinhard],
Calibration of a Multi-camera Rig from Non-overlapping Views,
DAGM07(82-91).
Springer DOI 0709
BibRef

BriŰr, P.[Peter], Steinbuch, M.[Maarten], Jonker, P.P.[Pieter P.],
Low Latency 2D Position Estimation with a Line Scan Camera for Visual Servoing,
ACIVS07(37-47).
Springer DOI 0708
BibRef

Chippendale, P., Tobia, F.,
Collective calibration of active camera groups,
AVSBS05(456-461).
IEEE DOI 0602
BibRef

Okuma, T., Sakaue, K., Takemura, H., Yokoya, N.,
Real-time Camera Parameter Estimation from Images for a Mixed Reality System,
ICPR00(Vol IV: 482-486).
IEEE DOI 0009
Camera motion. BibRef

Ahmed, M.[Moumen], Hemayed, E.[Elsayed], Farag, A.A.[Aly A.],
Neurocalibration: A Neural Network That Can Tell Camera Calibration Parameters,
ICCV99(463-468).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9900
And:
A Neural Approach for Single- and Multi- Image Camera Calibration,
ICIP99(III:925-929).
IEEE DOI BibRef

Collins, R.T.[Robert T.], Tsin, Y.H.[Yang-Hai],
Calibration of an Outdoor Active Camera System,
CVPR99(I: 528-534).
IEEE DOI
HTML Version. BibRef 9900
And: CMU-RI-TR-98-36, 1998.
HTML Version. Uses camera motion in the calibration, includes pan/tilt/zoom. BibRef

Stella, E., Cicirelli, G., Distante, A.,
Self-Location of a Mobile Robot With Uncertainty by Cooperation of an Heading Sensor and a CCD TV Camera,
ICPR96(III: 303-307).
IEEE DOI 9608
(Istituto Elaborazione Segnali, Bari,I) BibRef

Correia, M.V., Campilho, A.C., dos Santos, J., Nunes, L.,
Optical Flow Techniques Applied to the Calibration of Visual Perception Experiments,
ICPR96(I: 498-502).
IEEE DOI 9608
(Inst. de Engenh. Biomedica, P) See also Pipelined Real-Time Optical Flow Algorithm, A. BibRef

Nakazawa, Y., Komatsu, T., Saito, T.[Takahiro],
A Simple Cue-Based Method for Camera Calibration and 3-D Shape Measurement with a Single Moving Camera,
ICIP96(II: 293-296).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9600

Wiles, C., Brady, M.,
On the Appropriateness of Camera Models,
ECCV96(II:228-237).
Springer DOI Choose the appropriate camera model when using uncalibrated images. BibRef 9600

Huang, C.T., Mitchell, O.R.,
Dynamic Camera Calibration,
SCV95(169-174).
IEEE DOI University of Missouri Rolla. First calibrate a single camera, then calibrate after motion BibRef 9500

Li, M.X.[Meng-Xiang], Betsis, D.[Demetrios],
Head-Eye Calibration,
ICCV95(40-45).
IEEE DOI KTH, Sweden. Determine the parameters of the camera position. BibRef 9500

Seales, W.B.[W. Brent], Eggert, D.[David],
Active-camera calibration using iterative image feature localization,
CAIP95(723-728).
Springer DOI 9509
BibRef

Yang, D., Illingworth, J.,
Calibrating a Robot Camera,
BMVC94(519-528).
PDF File. BibRef 9400

Li, M.,
Camera Calibration of a Head-Eye System for Active Vision,
ECCV94(A:541-554).
Springer DOI BibRef 9400

Betsis, D., and Lavest, J.M.,
Kinematic Calibration of the KTH Head-Eye System,
ISRN KTH/NA/P-94/34-SE, November 1994.
HTML Version. And
PS File. BibRef 9411

Li, M.,
Camera Calibration of the KTH Head-Eye System,
ECCV94(A:543-554). BibRef 9400
And: ISRN KTH/NA/P-94/07-SE, February 1994.
HTML Version. And
PS File. BibRef

Betsis, D.,
On a Problem Arising in Connection with the Calibration of the KTH Head-Eye System,
ISRN KTH/NA/P-94/31-SE, Nov. 1994. BibRef 9411

Young, G.S., Hong, T.H., Herman, M., Yang, J.C.S.,
Kinematic calibration of an active camera system,
CVPR92(748-751).
IEEE DOI 0403
BibRef

Tseng, D.C., Chen, Z., Lin, J.Y.,
An Effective Method for Determining the Robot Position,
CVPR88(76-81).
IEEE DOI BibRef 8800

Clarkson, K.L.,
A Procedure for Camera Calibration with Image Sequences,
DARPA81(175-177). BibRef 8100

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