Learned from Cyrill Stachniss.
- It’s a little hard to visualize, but you should be able to see the epipolar plane being slanted up
Epipolar axis is line connecting the two camera projection centers
- Isn’t this the same as baseline , which we use for the Fundamental Matrix?
Epipolar plane is the plane spanned by and
- Different sets of points leads to different epipolar planes
Epipoles are the projection of the other camera’s projection center into the image.
- Basically intersection of epipolar axis and the image plane
Epipolar line is the intersection of the epipolar plane and the image plane.
- You can also think of it as the line that connects the epipole and the projected point
The epipolar plane is fundamental
All the points lie in the epipolar plane. This simplifies the task of predicting the location of corresponding a point in the other image.