About the book
Stereo Vision, analogous to the human visual system, is one of the most studied topics of computer science involving the estimation of three-dimensional (3D) structural information from two perspective views of the scene. Theory and techniques in the domain of stereo vision are continuously evolving. Novel and innovative ideas are emerging every day including bioinspired neuromorphic stereo vision, active stereo vision on a chip, and employment of deep learning capabilities. Stereo vision has also extended its reach to a number of applications including medical-surgical robotics, human and animal gate and pose estimation, live virtual and constructive training simulators, human perception in teleoperations, ecological behavior monitoring of organisms and trusted autonomy. This evolving nature of stereo vision dictates the need for a series of reference books published on regular intervals to keep the interested readers and emerging scientists up to date and at the top of the advancements in the field.
This book is an attempt to cater to this knowledge and information thirst. This book is a new edition of the open-access stereo vision book collection published by IntechOpen and will be a great resource for students, academics and industries, alike.