Speeded Up Robust Features Registration based Efficient Multi Row Panorama Generation


  • S. Srujana
  • K. Sripal Reddy
  • D. Praveen Kumar




Most of the current panorama generation tools need an input to be provided along a single axis, which means that only a small portion of the scene is recorded. To achieve a wide area of viewers, this paper suggests a multi-row panoramic technique (multi-panorama method). A pan/tilt camera allows the automatic or manual scanning to occur over large horizontal and vertical perspectives. Frame pictures in horizontal and vertical perspectives to adjust to their coordinates and projections will need separate projection marks. And the picture should be continually updated over long time periods but it should also coordinate with other pictures in the spatial region, so as to provide an almost seamless appearance. Before these challenges, the first and before those, the worse, the game creates an optimum scanning route that encompasses the majority of the display and utilizes the reference frame as a starting point to stitch all the remainder. Multi-row stitching has a method of ensuring a minor alignment fault is located in the first column, followed by a small miss in the second row. It should be noted that mrpg suggests a multi-point stitch to reduce seams and compensate for distortion, and so that the existing structure is not divided around the panoramic canvas in an inaccurate manner. A new panoramic image synthesis approach was introduced that produced results that indicate panoramic images are higher quality than other current state- of-ofthe-the-the-art approaches, and- of pan or-the-art image techniques. Because of this, we used the surf feature instead of the sift algorithm, we got to results much more quickly and, we were able to achieve the targeted precision much faster.