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• ## 1 Camera Geometry

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• What is camera geometry about?
Considers the shape when we project our 3D world onto a 2D image.
• What is the focal point in the pinhole model?
The point in the pinhole camera where the light passes through.
• How does the focal length in the pinhole model describe?
It is the distance of the image plane to the focal point.
• What are the drawbacks of a pinhole camera model and how do modern digital camera's counter that?
It doesn't let much light through, so it requires a long exposure time. And it can't zoom.
Digital camera's use lenses to obtain larger area for light to pass through, so it requires a lower exposure time. And additionally can zoom.
• What is the orthographic projection?
Simply drop one dimension, the depth to be precise
• How does the orthographic projection differ from the perspective projection?
Depth doesn't affect the projection.
• What is the camera matrix of a camera model?
The matrix to apply to transform a 3D world coordinate into a 2D image plane coordinate.
• Of what two parts do we deconstruct the camera matrix of a camera model?
The extrinsinc parameters and the intrinsic parameters.
• What do the extrinsic parameters of a camera matrix consist of?
Rotation and translation to convert a point in 3D world coordinates into 3D camera coordinates.
• How to extract extrinsic parameters for the camera matrix with knowledge of 3D camera position in relation to origin of the world coordinate system?
• Rotate in such that world origin is oriented like camera
• Translate in such that world origin is located at camera