Image Depth Detection System
Keywords:stereo vision, disparity map, depth map, calibration, rectification, image filtering
The article will be intended to explain the Image Depth Detection System, which in turn should perform all the necessary functions for detecting objects on a 3D scene, obtaining information about the sizes of bodies, and determining distances to certain bodies. Since such systems already exist in the modern world, the main goal was to create a model that meets the requirements regarding price-quality, since systems of this type currently on the market have a high cost price. Also, the improvement of the method of determining the depth of the image in this system was created thanks to the analysis of filtering methods available in the Matlab environment. An analysis of operation in different conditions of use, i.e. in the presence of external disturbances, such as daylight on the street, has been created.
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