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# Monocular Kinematics Based on Geometric Algebra

Originální název

Monocular Kinematics Based on Geometric Algebra

Anglický název

Monocular Kinematics Based on Geometric Algebra

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

When reconstructing 3D scene by an autonomous system we usually use a pin hole camera. To adopt the result for a human vision, this camera must be replaced by a human eye-like device. Therefore we derive certain characteristics of this model in an appropriate mathematical formalism. In particular, we escribe the general position of a human eye and its movements using the notions of geometric algebra. The assumption is that the eye is focused on distant targets. As the main result, we describe the eye position and determine all axes of rotation available in the eye general position in terms of geometric algebra. All the expressions are based on medically traced laws of Donders’ and Listing.

Anglický abstrakt

When reconstructing 3D scene by an autonomous system we usually use a pin hole camera. To adopt the result for a human vision, this camera must be replaced by a human eye-like device. Therefore we derive certain characteristics of this model in an appropriate mathematical formalism. In particular, we escribe the general position of a human eye and its movements using the notions of geometric algebra. The assumption is that the eye is focused on distant targets. As the main result, we describe the eye position and determine all axes of rotation available in the eye general position in terms of geometric algebra. All the expressions are based on medically traced laws of Donders’ and Listing.

BibTex

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@inproceedings{BUT161122,
author="Marek {Stodola}",
title="Monocular Kinematics Based on Geometric Algebra",
annote="When reconstructing 3D scene by an autonomous system we usually use a pin hole camera. To adopt the result for a human vision, this camera must be replaced by a human eye-like device. Therefore we derive certain characteristics of this model in an appropriate mathematical formalism. In particular, we escribe the general position of a human eye and its movements using the notions of geometric algebra. The assumption is that the eye is focused on distant targets. As the main result, we describe the eye position and determine all axes of rotation available in the eye general position in terms of geometric algebra. All the expressions are based on medically traced laws of Donders’ and Listing.",