Camera calibration techniques for accurate measurement underwater

Shortis, M 2019, 'Camera calibration techniques for accurate measurement underwater' in McCarthy, J.K., Benjamin, J., Winton, T., van Duivenvoorde, W. (ed.) 3D-Modelling and Interpretation for Underwater Archaeology, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, pp. 11-27.


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Title Camera calibration techniques for accurate measurement underwater
Author(s) Shortis, M
Year 2019
Title of book 3D-Modelling and Interpretation for Underwater Archaeology
Publisher Springer International Publishing
Place of publication Switzerland
Editor(s) McCarthy, J.K., Benjamin, J., Winton, T., van Duivenvoorde, W.
Start page 11
End page 27
Subjects Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Summary Calibration of a camera system is essential to ensure that image measurements result in accurate estimates of locations and dimensions within the object space. In the underwater environment, the calibration must implicitly or explicitly model and compensate for the refractive effects of waterproof housings and the water medium. This chapter reviews the different approaches to the calibration of underwater camera systems in theoretical and practical terms. The accuracy, reliability, validation and stability of underwater camera system calibration are also discussed. Samples of results from published reports are provided to demonstrate the range of possible accuracies for the measurements produced by underwater camera systems.
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Keyword(s) camera
calibration
refraction
accuracy
validation
ISBN 9783030036355
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