The main points covered in this lecture are:

- A perspective (central) projection camera is represented by a matrix.
- The most general perspective transformation transformation between two planes (a world plane and the image plane, or two image planes induced by a world plane) is a plane projective transformation. This can be computed from the correspondence of four (or more) points.
- The epipolar geometry between two views is represented by the fundamental matrix. This can be computed from the correspondence of seven (or more) points.

Both * geometric* and * algebraic* descriptions
are given.

Wed Apr 16 00:58:54 BST 1997