If you want to stay home all over the world, then Google's Street View service is definitely a good choice. These images are collected by hand through the car, Trekker backpack, and diving equipment, but in the acquisition process will inevitably shift a variety of photos and other issues, the natural person in charge of shooting and gathering can not go to the scene to re-shoot once, then How does Google fix these photo issues?
Earlier this week, senior engineers such as Machine Perception, a research scientist from Google, and software engineer Mike Krainin demonstrated the secrets behind it. Krainin said: "In order to provide a more seamless street view image, we help solve these challenges based on new algorithms for light flow. The idea of this algorithm is to subtly twist each input image and then rearrange the overlapping parts. & rdquo;
After many iterations of the algorithm, Google finally created the ideal algorithm. The computer analyzes segmented areas of Google Street View images and then makes overlapping adjustments to create a complete image in the human eye.