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I have some Points and Lines from original image and the corresponding points and lines from top view image.

-> I tried to find homography using points

  1. Used OpenCV function findHomography(objectPointsPlanar, imagePoints) :

    • It takes 4 points from original image and 4 points from top view image(required image) and it returns homography matrix of 3x3.
  2. Used mathematical formula to find homography matrix (Didn't use any library) :

    • Please look at the attached images for the formula to find homography matrix using 4 points by your own. Formula to find homography matrix using 4 points
    • I have tested the formula by writing it in c++. It gives the homography matrix same as given by opencv function findHomography().

PS : I used the determined homography matrix to warp the image, but I am not happy with the output. It doesn't come to be accurate. So I am thinking to use lines to find homography matrix.

-> Homography determination using Lines :

  • I tried to look for any library which can find homography matrix using lines, but I didn't get.
  • I also looked at research papers to get the mathematical formula to find the homography matrix, but was not able to understand the formula.
  • I am sharing the link of a research paper : A new normalized method on line-based homography estimation

So could someone please help me to find the homography matrix using lines.

Thanks in advance, Regards.

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  • $\begingroup$ I'm not sure I understand what you're after. $\endgroup$ – Royi Aug 31 at 6:49
  • $\begingroup$ I want to find homography using lines. How to find homography using lines ? $\endgroup$ – User4680 Sep 2 at 4:58
  • $\begingroup$ Have you developed what is the general closed form transformation for a line? $\endgroup$ – Royi Sep 2 at 5:05
  • $\begingroup$ Do you mean line equations ? $\endgroup$ – User4680 Sep 2 at 5:11
  • $\begingroup$ I have got the line equations for some 4-5 lines. $\endgroup$ – User4680 Sep 2 at 5:12
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I think you can't do Homography on lines.

I don't remember the equations but I don't think lines in one image are kept as lines in the other image.

What you can do is treat a line as set of points and have Homography estimation using many point samples.

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