Yet Another Computer Vision Index To Datasets (YACVID) - Details

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Name (Institute + Shorttitle)Stable Structure from Motion 
Description (include details on usage, files and paper references)The Stable Structure from Motion datasets due to size limitations cannot put the images online. Instead here are the tracked image points and the final reconstruction. The format is the same as here. If you would like to have the images you will have to contact Carl Olsson.

The Arch of Triumph, Paris.
Vercingetorix, Clermond-Ferrand.
Stockholm City Hall.

Fig. 3. Gate in Clermont-Ferrand. 34 cameras and 17063 scene points.
Fig. 4. Entrance to Nijo-castle, Kyoto. 23 cameras and 6848 scene points.
Fig. 5. Örebro Castle. 763 cameras and 53749 scene points.
Fig. 6. Alcatraz west side gardens. 435 cameras and 65072 scene points.
Fig. 7. Encole superiore de guerre, Paris. 36 cameras and 12003 scene points.
Fig. 8. Eglise du dome, Paris. 85 cameras and 84792 scene points.
Fig. 9. Alcatraz water tower. 192 cameras and 24721 scene points.
Fig. 10. Palace of fine arts, San Francisco. 192 cameras and 24721 scene points.
Fig. 11. Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, St Petersburg. 781 cameras and 162521 scene points.
Fig. 12. Kazan Cathedral, St Petersburg. 282 cameras and 89323 scene points.
Fig. 13. Lund Cathedral. 1208 cameras and 159055 scene points.
Fig. 14. Linköping Cathedral. 538 cameras and 202737 scene points.

Stable Structure from Motion for Unordered Image Collections
Olsson, Carl; Enqvist, Olof, SCIA, 2011

Stable Structure from Motion using Rotational Consistency
Olof Enqvist, Carl Olsson, Fredrik Kahl, Technical Report, 2011 
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Category (SKIPPED)3D reconstruction 
Tags (single words, spaced)sfm, reconstruction, geometry, stability, robust, 3d, landmark, church 
Last Changed2020-06-03 
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