Avinash Nehemiah, MathWorks
Camera calibration is the estimation of a camera’s intrinsic, extrinsic, and lens-distortion parameters. Typical uses of a calibrated camera are to correct optical distortion artifacts, estimate the distance of an object from a camera, measure the size of objects in an image, and construct 3D views for augmented reality systems. Computer Vision Toolbox™ provides an app and functions to perform all essential tasks in the camera calibration workflow, including:
The Camera Calibrator app is used to select and filter calibration images, choose the number and type of radial distortion coefficients, view reprojection errors, visualize extrinsic parameters, and export camera calibration parameters.