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Hi Eduardo,

By the way, when you said:

Remap every image in new image by cylindrical equations (as shown in "Image Alignment and Stitching: A Tutorial" by Richard Szeliski).

Is it the section 2.3 Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates page 15 ?

Yes I was talking about "Cylindrical and spherical coordinates" section. The deformed image that you used are already warped by using those equations.

My results can look like good because two images are overlapped, instead they are very bad! The problem is due to the outliers because as said by juanmanpr optical flow methods (cvCalcOpticalFlowLK or cvCalcOpticalFlowHS) are used when the displacement between two images is little. You are using a feature-based tecnique (calcOpticalFlowPyrLK) with pyramidal version of Lucas-Kanade that is most robust with small and big displacement. And feature methods work for me!

Your last result looks like good but the problem is due to the black zone around the deformed image. When you warps the second image in the plane of the first one you have to "say" to OpenCv to don't consider the black zone but only the image. To do this I create a mask by using the same transformation of the second image on the mask. Finally when I copy the second image in the plane of the first one I use the mask, and that's all!