Publication, Research, Docs and Info, KAMEDA

next up previous
Next: Imaging rule Up: Description of imaging Previous: Situation features


A camera-work describes how to image an object at a time.

It consists of three fields; label of an object, direction, and range.

Direction field indicates the relation between the direction of the object and the camera direction. Note that it implies the camera location because the locations of the cameras are fixed in our environment. Range field tells the size of the object in the image.

In our prototype system, we adopt eight directions and five discrete range values. See Figure1 and Figure2.

Figure 1: Direction of camera-work

Figure 2: Range of camera-work

Yoshinari Kameda
Fri Oct 1 16:26:35 JST 1999