A Computationally Efficient Pipeline for 3d Point Cloud Reconstruction from Video Sequences
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This paper presents a computationally efficient pipeline to achieve 3D point cloud reconstruction from video sequences. This pipeline involves a key frame selection step to improve the computational efficiency by generating reliable depth information from pair-wise frames. An outlier removal step is then applied in order to further improve the computational efficiency. The reconstruction is achieved based on a new absolute camera pose recovery approach in a computationally efficient manner. This pipeline is devised for both sparse and dense 3D reconstruction. The results obtained from video sequences exhibit higher computational efficiency and lower re-projection errors of the introduced pipeline compared to the existing pipelines.
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