[PD] 4 cameras for tracking people in a space

Pedro Lopes pedro.lopes at ist.utl.pt
Mon May 23 19:55:29 CEST 2011

It seems just:  image blending. Each camera sees a portion (quarter) of the
floor, and you blend (or stitch) the images, then supply them to the
tracking algorithm as single image.

Or... kinect. :D (really depends on what you want, I'm just messing)

On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 6:22 PM, ronni montoya <ronni.montoya at gmail.com>wrote:

> HI, I been working on interactive installations for public spaces
> usually i put one camera in the roof pointing to the floor, i always
> have the problem that i  need to have the camera 6 or 7 meters in the
> roof to track 4 * 4 meters space aproximately and thats a very big
> limitation since there are a lot of spaces that doesnt allow to put a
> camera 7 meters up.
> The thing is that i went to a conference where a guy explained he used
> 4 cameras to track people in a space instead of just one  and you dont
> need to have a high roof .
> I would like to know if somebody know this technique for tracking
> people in spaces with 4 cameras ?
> thanks
> R.
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