Fisheye undistortion with python error

asked 2015-05-12 02:39:57 -0600

dyezepchik gravatar image

Could someone please explain me what is the -215 error? I get this error trying to call cv2.fisheye.calibrate() This is the output: cv2.error: /home/dima/OpenCV/opencv/modules/calib3d/src/fisheye.cpp:695: error: (-215) objectPoints.type() == CV_32FC3 || objectPoints.type() == CV_64FC3 in function calibrate

Also I would appreciate if one could show me any example of doing fisheye routines in python. Thanks a lot for any help!

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Yes, I'm looking for the same kind of examples of how to use the fisheye camera model calibration in Python. I was looking at the source code in version 3 RC1 in the github master branch and the python bindings seem to be exposed for those functions in the header file at opencv/modules/calib3d/include/opencv2/calib3d.hpp. I will confirm later when I install the latest head from source.

opencvslave gravatar imageopencvslave ( 2015-05-29 13:17:20 -0600 )edit

I tried adding a bracket around my image_points and object_points to change their imensions. That gave another error.

I would really like to see a working python-opencv3.0 example of fisheye calibration.

TAXfromDK gravatar imageTAXfromDK ( 2015-07-17 08:59:17 -0600 )edit

I'm experiencing the same problem here. I tried the brackets [] like TAX has, and it gets the function past the CV_ASSERT block. But causes it to fail elsewhere (a_size.width == len) in cv::gemm in core\src\matmul.cpp - which makes me suspect that brackets aren't a real solution.

My finger is pointed at the opencv python bindings in opencv/modules/python/src2/cv2.cpp. I suspect the numpy ndarrays not being converted correctly. But then again, why does non-fisheye calibration still work with these same bindings?

I'd really appreciate someone with python-c++ binding experience to weigh in.

gwillz gravatar imagegwillz ( 2015-09-02 03:52:51 -0600 )edit

Following the comments in issue 5534 I wrote a small wrapper around the python bindings that seems to give a workaround. You can try it: pyfisheye.

amitibo gravatar imageamitibo ( 2015-10-20 08:51:30 -0600 )edit