This page contains the high-quality version of the supplementary material to ACCV2014 paper #211: 2D Or Not 2D: Bridging the Gap Between Tracking and Structure from Motion, as well as used experimental data. Please, let me know if you find anything missing on this page.
<pdf> This report shows derivation of the Jacobian matrix of point x- and y-coordinates, with respect to parameters of a general, calibrated projective camera with 6 degrees of freedom (3 for position and 3 for rotation in the world coordinate frame). The Jacobian matrices are used in optimisation of the camera parameters, given a set of 3D points and their corresponding 2D projections.
High quality supplementary videos
<Rally-VW> <Cube> <Evaluated sequences> These videos show the performance of the TMAGIC tracker on the sequences presented in the paper. The videos are in much higher quality than the official supplementary material.
<Cube> <Rally-Lancer> <Rally-VW> <TopGear 1> <TopGear 2> These files contain the new experimental data, used in the paper. The copyright of the dataset is owned by The Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing, University of Surrey, UK. Permission is hereby granted to use the dataset or its part for academic purposes only, provided that it is referenced in publications related to its use as follows: K. Lebeda, S. Hadfield and R. Bowden: 2D Or Not 2D: Bridging the Gap Between Tracking and Structure from Motion. In Proc. of ACCV, 2014. The Cube sequence has been generated synthetically using rotation with a constant speed 1 degree/s.