- Version 1.0.1-272-ga0864af

mrcal-reproject-points - Reprojects pixel observations from one model to another

```
$ < points-in.vnl
mrcal-reproject-points
from.cameramodel to.cameramodel
> points-out.vnl
```

This tool takes a set of pixel observations of points captured by one camera model, and transforms them into observations of the same points captured by another model. This is similar to mrcal-reproject-image, but acts on discrete points, rather than on whole images. The two sets of intrinsics are always used. The translation component of the extrinsics is always ignored; the rotation is ignored as well if --intrinsics-only.

This allows one to combine multiple image-processing techniques that expect different projections. For instance, planes projected using a pinhole projection have some nice properties, and we can use those after running this tool.

The input data comes in on standard input, and the output data is written to standard output. Both are vnlog data: human-readable text with 2 columns: x and y pixel coords. Comments are allowed, and start with the '#' character.

```
model-from Camera model for the input points. If "-' is given, we
read standard input
model-to Camera model for the output points. If "-' is given, we
read standard input
```

```
-h, --help show this help message and exit
--intrinsics-only By default, the relative camera rotation is used in the
transformation. If we want to use the intrinsics ONLY,
pass --intrinsics-only. Note that relative translation is
ALWAYS ignored
```

https://www.github.com/dkogan/mrcal

Dima Kogan, `<dima@secretsauce.net>`

Copyright (c) 2017-2020 California Institute of Technology ("Caltech"). U.S. Government sponsorship acknowledged. All rights reserved.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); You may obtain a copy of the License at

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