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October 15, 2006

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Bob Mottram

This is one of those things which appears superficially impressive, but when you dig into the details it turns out to be not quite what it seems.

Reading some of the papers related to this method its revealed that the technique only produces reasonable 3D interpretations about one third of the time (i.e. most images are missinterpreted). The segmentation and vanishing point detection methods used here are really quite brittle, although the basic idea of trying to classify surfaces of different orientations may be useful.

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