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Rectification of single image.

asked 2018-06-08 12:07:42 -0600

malharjajoo gravatar image

Hi,

I have been looking at ROS calibration recently, and I came across the term "rectification" being used for single images ( see ROS image_proc and ROS image_geometry API for single camera).

My question:

From my understanding, the term rectification is used for stereo cameras/images. What does it mean for single cameras ? Is it the same is un-distortion of an image ?

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answered 2020-03-02 07:48:50 -0600

dftossem gravatar image

Rectification process should be done in every image. All lens (cameras) have optical aberrations, therefore, rectification is always recommended for all inputs.

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