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Stereo Camera Calibrator

Estimate geometric parameters of a stereo camera

Description

The Stereo Camera Calibrator app allows you to estimate the intrinsic and extrinsic parameters of each camera in a stereo pair. You can also use the app to estimate the translation and rotation between the two cameras.

Open the Stereo Camera Calibrator App

  • MATLAB® Toolstrip: On the Apps tab, under Image Processing and Computer Vision, click the app icon.

  • MATLAB command prompt: Enter stereoCameraCalibrator.

Examples

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This example shows you the two ways to open the Stereo Camera Calibrator app.

Type stereocameraCalibrator on the MATLAB command line or select it from the MATLAB desktop Apps tab.

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Programmatic Use

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stereoCameraCalibrator opens the Stereo Camera Calibrator app. You can use this app to estimate the intrinsic and extrinsic parameters of each camera in a stereo pair. You can also use the app to estimate the translation and rotation between the two cameras.

stereoCameraCalibrator(folder1,folder2,squareSize) opens the Stereo Camera Calibrator app and loads the stereo calibration images. The app uses the checkerboard square size specified by the squareSize input. It also uses folder1 images for camera 1 and folder2 for camera 2.

stereoCameraCalibrator(folder1,folder2,squareSize,squareSizeUnits) additionally specifies the units of the square size. If you do not specify units, the app sets squareSizeUnits to 'millimeters'. Units can be 'millimeters', 'centimeters', or 'inches'.

stereoCameraCalibrator(sessionFile) opens the app and loads a saved stereo calibration session. Set the sessionFile to the name of the saved session MAT-file.

Introduced in R2014b