Dear RC addicts,
I am trying to align efficiently images from MSL Curiosity (the present martian rover)
I am using 3 kind of images:
- Low def images: B&W images (256x256 px) recolorized, fov 45x45°
- mid def images: B&W images (1000x1000 px) recolorized
- Hi def images : Color Images (1200x1200 px)
For mid def images, here are available information:
- Pixel scale at the center of the FOV 0.82 mrad/pixel
- Focal Length 14.67 mm
- f/number 12
- Entrance Pupil Diameter 1.25 mm
- Field of View (horizontal × vertical) 45 × 45 degrees
- Diagonal FOV 67 degrees
- Depth of Field 0.5 meters–infinity
- Hyperfocal Distance 1.0 meters
- Spectral Range 600–800 nm
Low def images are obtained from the same camera which are downsampled
High def images are dual:
- 34 mm focal length // 100 mm focal length
- f/8 lens illuminating a 15° FOV // f/10 lens square fov of 1200x1200px
I am trying to align but it makes some strange things... images appear to be as on a sphere:Does someone could help to configure properly RC or to process efficiently images?
In the same way, I am trying to define camera sensor info, but I did not succeed yet...
Many thanks in advance,
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