back icon
close icon

Capture phrases in quotes for more specific queries (e.g. "rocket ship" or "Fred Lynn")

Journal Article  October 1, 1986

Epipolar-Plane Image Analysis: A Technique For Analyzing Motion Sequences


A technique for unifying spatial and temporal analysis of an image sequence taken by a camera moving in a straight line is presented. The technique is based on a "dense" sequence of images–images taken close enough together to form a solid block of data. Slices of this solid directly encode changes due to motion of the camera. These slices, which have one spatial dimension and one temporal dimension, are more structured than conventional images. This additional structure makes them easier to analyze. We present the theory behind this technique, describe an initial implementations, and discuss our preliminary results.

How can we help?

Once you hit send…

We’ll match your inquiry to the person who can best help you. Expect a response within 48 hours.

Our Privacy Policy