Interactive Multi-View Façade Image Editing

Przemyslaw Musialski, Christian Luksch, Michael Schwärzler, Matthias Buchetics, Stefan Maierhofer, Werner Purgathofer
Interactive Multi-View Façade Image Editing
In Vision, Modeling and Visualization Workshop 2010. November 2010.
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Abstract

We propose a system for generating high-quality approximated façade ortho-textures based on a set of perspective source photographs taken by a consumer hand-held camera. Our approach is to sample a combined orthographic approximation over the façade-plane from the input photos. In order to avoid kinks and seams which may occur on transitions between different source images, we introduce color adjustment and gradient domain stitching by solving a Poisson equation in real-time. In order to add maximum control on the one hand and easy interaction on the other, we provide several editing interactions allowing for user-guided post-processing.

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@inproceedings{musialski-2010-imv,
  title =      "Interactive Multi-View Fa{c c}ade Image Editing",
  author =     "Przemyslaw Musialski and Christian Luksch and Michael
               Schw{"a}rzler and Matthias Buchetics and Stefan Maierhofer
               and Werner Purgathofer",
  year =       "2010",
  abstract =   "We propose a system for generating high-quality approximated
               fa{c c}ade ortho-textures based on a set of perspective
               source photographs taken by a consumer hand-held camera. Our
               approach is to sample a combined orthographic approximation
               over the fa{c c}ade-plane from the input photos. In order to
               avoid kinks and seams which may occur on transitions between
               different source images, we introduce color adjustment and
               gradient domain stitching by solving a Poisson equation in
               real-time. In order to add maximum control on the one hand
               and easy interaction on the other, we provide several
               editing interactions allowing for user-guided
               post-processing.",
  month =      nov,
  booktitle =  "Vision, Modeling and Visualization Workshop 2010",
  location =   "Siegen, Germany",
  keywords =   "urban reconstruction, facade image processing",
  URL =        "https://www.cg.tuwien.ac.at/research/publications/2010/musialski-2010-imv/",
}