5-point Relative Pose Problem for PYNQ
This project provides overlay and notebooks to run a websocket-based 5-point
relative pose application. It requires PYNQ version
2.5.1 and above to work.
The purpose of this application is to identify the possible relative camera motions given five matching points from two calibrated views.
More info on the project can be found at the following links:
Refer to the
overlay folder for more information regarding the used overlay and how
it is created.
Please notice that the distributed overlay might not be available for all target devices. Supported devices are listed in the overlays README. There you may also find instructions on how to synthesize and use overlays for a different device.
fivepoint-pynq package using
pip install fivepoint-pynq
After the package is installed, to get your own copy of all the notebooks available run:
pynq get-notebooks 5point
You can try things out by running:
cd pynq-notebooks jupyter notebook
There are a number of additional options for the
pynq get-notebooks command,
you can list them by typing
pynq get-notebooks --help
You can also refer to the official
PYNQ documentation for more information
regarding the PYNQ Command Line Interface and in particular the
5point-PYNQ: Apache License 2.0
Xilinx Open Hardware 2018 - 5 Points to Rule Them All: MIT License (3d-party component)
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