February 25, 2015

Sample Stereo Matching Results for SP1

We have put some sample stereo matching results for our SP1 processing system online. These results were obtained with our current hardware prototype and images form the Middlebury stereo vision dataset.

To give you an impression about the capabilities of the SP1 stereo processing system, we have put some sample results online. These results were obtained by processing images from the popular Middlebury stereo vision dataset with our current prototype hardware. The color indicates the found stereo disparity, which is proportional to the inverse scene depth. Hence, red hues correspond to near-by scene regions, while blue hues correspond to distant scene regions.

Please note that these results do not reflect the performance of the final system. Those results were obtained without sub-pixel optimization, as work on this feature is still ongoing. For the final product we will perform further improvements to our algorithms and parameters. Thus, you can expect results with an even higher quality.


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Left input image. Taken from the Middlebury 2006 dataset.
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Dense disparity map computed by SP1.
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Left input image. Taken from the Middlebury 2006 dataset.
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Dense disparity map computed by SP1.
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Left input image. Taken from the Middlebury 2006 dataset.
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Dense disparity map computed by SP1.