Omni 3D project
Core literature 300R: Mathematics of 3D image synthesis
Core literature
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Geometry I by M. Berger A mathematical treasure on geometry. Contains material which is hard to find otherwise.

Introductory Techniques for 3D Computer vision by E. Trucco and A. Verri A textbook from 1998. It's thin but contains a weath of information With many exercices.

Computer Vision by L.G. Shapiro and G.C. Stockman A broader and fatter textbook from 2001.

Multiple View Geometry in computer vision by R. Hartley and A. Zissermann Deals with multiple view geometry in detail. From 2003.

The Geometry of Multiple Images by O. Faugeras and Q-T. Luong Also this book from 2001 deals with multiple view geometry for perspective images in debth.

Computer Graphics and Geometry Modeling by D. Salomon Much broader book. For us, chapter 3 contains some useful stuff.

Computer Vision, A modern approach by D. Forsyth and J. Ponce Especially relevant are chapter 12, Affine structure from motion and chapter 13, projective structure from motion.

Algorithms for Image Processing and Computer Vision by J.R. Parker Focusses more on Image processing. Useful for the correspondence problem.

Artificial Intelligence, A modern Approach by S. Russell and P. Norvig The bible on AI. Chapter 24 on perception is relevant for computer vision.

Three dimensional Computer Vision, A geometric Viewpoint by O. Faugeras Nice to read for mathematicians.

Panoramic vision, sensors, theory and applications by R. Benosman and S.B. Kang A proceedings with many nice articles on omni vision.

Visual Intelligence. How we create what we see. by D.D. Hoffman Literature in Psychology. Cites Ullmans theorem.
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Oliver Knill | Department of Mathematics | Harvard Summer School | Harvard University
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