Simple and inexpensive stereo vision system for 3D data acquisition
We describe a simple stereo-vision system for tracking motion in three dimensions using a single ordinary camera. A simple mirror system divides the camera's field of view into left and right stereo pairs. We calibrate the system by tracking a point on a spinning wheel and demonstrate its use by tracking the corner of a flapping flag.
Mermall, Samuel and Lindner, John F., "Simple and inexpensive stereo vision system for 3D data acquisition" (2014). American Journal of Physics, 82(10). 10.1119/1.4878560. Retrieved from https://openworks.wooster.edu/facpub/222