calibrate_lens_gui: allow crossing lines to be detected?

Bug #1240721 reported by Jacob Nevins on 2013-10-16
This bug affects 1 person
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hugin (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

Is it possible to tweak the line-detection algorithm (possibly optionally) to recognise straight lines that form a grid?

I took a series of photos of a building which I thought would be great for lens calibration, since it consists of pale panels with dark gridlines in between (much-reduced photo attached); however, calibrate_lens_gui breaks the detected lines where they cross each other, so none of the lines ends up very long, and it doesn't derive good calibration values.

(This is with the version that comes with Ubuntu 12.04, which is based on 2011.4.0; I haven't tried the latest version, but I've found no indication that this has been worked on. Sorry if you have already done this.)

Jacob Nevins (0jacobnk-ulp) wrote :
affects: hugin → hugin (Ubuntu)
tmodes (tmodes) on 2013-10-19
Changed in hugin:
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
status: New → Triaged
Yuv (yuv) wrote :

Setting to invalid in hugin(Ubuntu) since this is not a package issue. The feature request is tracked in hugin.

Changed in hugin (Ubuntu):
status: New → Invalid
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