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How to compute disparity on a specific region of interest only?

asked 2012-03-29 06:02:18 -0600

Thomas gravatar image

updated 2012-03-29 06:20:52 -0600

Is is possible, using stereo_image_proc, to compute disparities on a specific region of interest only?

The setup is as follow:

  1. we detect a color blob in an image
  2. we use stereo to determine its 3d position

It would greatly improve performances if we could just run the stereo on a subwindow. Is there a way to tell stereo_image_proc to do so?

We could probably just pass to stereo_image_proc a new pair of images matching the zone we want but it would be cumbersome to recompute the appropriate camera parameters and crop the images by hand...

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answered 2012-03-30 01:02:03 -0600

Stephan gravatar image

AFAIK the parameter roi in CameraInfo.msg can be used to choose a region of interest. Try republishing a camera info with the roi set to your object region. And use that to feed stereo_image_proc. If you just need some sampled 3D points you should use StereoCameraModel::projectDisparityTo3d. This is way faster than constructing a whole disparity image.

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