Easy camera calibration on Ubuntu

Camera calibration is an essential step for many computer vision applications as well as computational photography.

If you want to know how far something is away from your camera or even get an undistorted image out of it, it must be calibrated.

Unfortunately existing calibration utilities are cumbersome to use and often not available on linux.

Therefore I am happy to announce that the app from my publication

Efficient Pose Selection for Interactive Camera Calibration

is now available in the snap store:

Get it from the Snap Store

It will guide you through the calibration process by displaying a series of target overlays like you see in the cover image. For details on the pose selection, see the above paper.

Additionally the source code is available for you to inspect on github: