Tom> So I think this new radius function is a winner, and I'm quite pumped about it!
this is great news.
Tom> To go with it, the current line finder can extract hundreds of
Tom> good line segments from a "liney" image in just a little more time
Tom> than it takes to run the Canny edge detector (roughly 7 sec for a
Tom> typical DSLR snap). So we are very close to being able to start
Tom> some serious research using hundreds of photos.
Tom> Of course the world will want to see polynomial coefficients for
Tom> these lenses. It should be routine to fit a polynomial to the
Tom> spline curve (just by sampling its values, I mean, nothing
Tom> analytic). Does anyone know of readymade code for that?
Why don't we just skip the polynomial coefficient and allow the
specification of lenses in 2 models: polynomial and spline-based? Of
course this imply more modifications to libpano than if we used their