Code covered by the BSD License

deprecated -- Light Field Toolbox v0.2 -- v0.3 now available

Donald Dansereau (view profile)

26 Apr 2013 (Updated )

A set of tools for working with light field (aka plenoptic) imagery in Matlab

normalize_pixel(x_kk,fc,cc,kc,alpha_c)
```function [xn] = normalize_pixel(x_kk,fc,cc,kc,alpha_c)

%normalize
%
%[xn] = normalize_pixel(x_kk,fc,cc,kc,alpha_c)
%
%Computes the normalized coordinates xn given the pixel coordinates x_kk
%and the intrinsic camera parameters fc, cc and kc.
%
%INPUT: x_kk: Feature locations on the images
%       fc: Camera focal length
%       cc: Principal point coordinates
%       kc: Distortion coefficients
%       alpha_c: Skew coefficient
%
%OUTPUT: xn: Normalized feature locations on the image plane (a 2XN matrix)
%
%Important functions called within that program:
%
%comp_distortion_oulu: undistort pixel coordinates.

if nargin < 5,
alpha_c = 0;
if nargin < 4;
kc = [0;0;0;0;0];
if nargin < 3;
cc = [0;0];
if nargin < 2,
fc = [1;1];
end;
end;
end;
end;

% First: Subtract principal point, and divide by the focal length:
x_distort = [(x_kk(1,:) - cc(1))/fc(1);(x_kk(2,:) - cc(2))/fc(2)];

% Second: undo skew
x_distort(1,:) = x_distort(1,:) - alpha_c * x_distort(2,:);

if norm(kc) ~= 0,
% Third: Compensate for lens distortion:
xn = comp_distortion_oulu(x_distort,kc);
else
xn = x_distort;
end;
```