# Determine new coordinates of pixel after calibration + remap

I'm trying to calibrate camera and I need to be able to determine where to moves each pixel of the original image.

As far as I understand initUndistortRectifyMap creates horizontal and vertical maps (map1 and map2) for remap as a result of some mathematical functions but I honestly did not quite get all the math behind it.

I think I get the idea of how x'' and y'' are calculated (also can you check if I get it right on this screenshot from Maple?) but I can't understand what's going on with s and x''' & y'''.

Here's code. As far as I understand in my case R is identity matrix and all distortion coefficients apart from k1,k2,p1,p2,k3 are zeroes.

```
auto result = calibrateCamera(objectPoints, // the 3D points
imagePoints, // the image points
imageSize, // image size
cameraMatrix, // output camera matrix
distCoeffs, // output distortion matrix
rvecs, tvecs, // Rs, Ts
flag); // set options
// . . .
cv::initUndistortRectifyMap(
cameraMatrix, // computed camera matrix
distCoeffs, // computed distortion matrix
cv::Mat(), // optional rectification (none)
cv::Mat(), // camera matrix to generate undistorted
cv::Size(640, 480), // size of undistorted
CV_32FC1, // type of output map
map1, map2); // the x and y mapping functions
```