What is it and how to get started?
Camera calibration is the process of estimating camera parameters by using images that contain a calibration pattern. The parameters include camera intrinsics, distortion coefficients, and camera extrinsics. Use these camera parameters to remove lens distortion effects from an image, measure planar objects, reconstruct 3-D scenes from multiple cameras, and perform other computer vision applications.
Use the Camera Calibrator app and functions to estimate single camera intrinsics, extrinsics, and lens distortion parameters.