|Description (include details on usage, files and paper references)||collaborative 3d reconstruction with smartphones dataset:
Six off-the-shelf Android smartphones captured video streams (Table 1, see below) of three cultural heritage sites. Each site was captured by three smartphones. The first site, the ‘Saranta Kolones’ monument at Paphos, Cyprus, measuring about 16m x 16m x 5m, is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The dimensions and complexity are major challenges. The videos were taken throughout the day resulting in varying lighting conditions (Figure 2). The second site was the north-facing facade of the cathedral on ‘Piazza Duomo’ in Trento, Italy, which has a length of 100m and a height of 30m (Figure 3). The third site was the south-facing facade of a painted building measuring 30mx15m and housing ‘Caffe Italia’ in Trento. These sites were simultaneously captured by three collectors (Figure 4). Challenges of these sites were the flat geometry of the facades and the presence of people, cars, trucks and other moving objects.
Publication to be cited:
F. Poiesi, A. Locher, P. Chippendale, E. Nocerino, F. Remondino and L. Van Gool
Cloud-based collaborative 3D reconstruction using smartphones
Proc. of ACM European Conference on Visual Media Production, London, UK, Dec. 2017