absolute orientation

absolute orientation

[′ab·sə‚lüt ȯr·ē·ən′tā·shən]
(navigation)
The adjusting to proper scale, orientating of the model datum parallel to sea level or another given vertical datum, and positioning of the model with reference to the horizontal datum of a stereoscopic model or group of models.
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Summary: Future Electronics is featuring Bosch's BMX160 Absolute Orientation Sensor in this month's edition of THE EDGE.
Pointe Claire, Canada, March 06, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, recently announced immediate availability of Bosch's DI-BNO055 intelligent 9-axis absolute orientation sensor.
as is typical with general absolute orientation problems [1].
(ii) connecting those view clusters which contain multiple views using absolute orientation;
"These awards are proof of the fact that our outstanding service quality ensures that we are always ahead in the market and keep up to the spirit of Sixt, which is, absolute orientation towards the demands of the customers," Cooper said.
* An intelligent 9-axis absolute orientation sensor, which includes sensors and sensor fusion in a single package.
This method calculates the depth information and absolute orientation of target, respectively, and the perspective nonlinearity can be reduced by introducing the depth variable.
Bosch Sensortec's absolute orientation sensor BMX055 is said to be the first nine-axis sensor in the market with all components--accelerometer, gyroscope and geomagnetic sensor--developed and manufactured in house.
The accuracy of absolute orientation to scanned aerial images is defined by 1/2 of the pixel size in terrain units.
Three-dimensional data were calculated based on the absolute orientation from the [x.sub.1] [y.sub.1] and [x.sub.2] [Y.sub.2] coordinates of the image points (Fig.
However, examination of Wilson et al.'s data suggests that, numerically, a first-perspective alignment effect may have influenced their VE data, even if this influence was significantly attenuated by comparison with text; mean absolute orientation errors for aligned and contra-aligned judgments were 39 and 45[degrees] respectively, and the mean latencies to make these judgments were 10.2 and 11.7 s, respectively (these means exclude the data from an atypical version of their VE--see Wilson et al., 1999, Experiment 3C).