[Navarro Parker]“Are there any clever expression tricks to convert a corner pinned 2D layer into a 3D perspective layer (Or at least a close approximation)?”
The biggest problem I see with this is that it’s very very easy to create a 2D Corner Pin that does not match any perspective. Assuming that it does match some perspective the challenges then become:
1) defining how near or far away the corner pinned layer is from the ‘camera.’
2) figuring out the parameters of the camera based on (1).
3) determining the scale, position and orientation of the 3D layer based on the corner pin data as well as (1) and (2).
Maybe this is possible, but I have a suspicion that 99 times out of 100 your 2D corner pin will not match any perspective projection. At that point I wouldn’t know how to proceed. I’d assume some sort of heuristic method would work but that’s beyond my pay grade 🙂
any progress according to above question or any idea hows that possible or its impossible?
i have same situation i have a scene with plane corner pin which is tracked for mobile screen and i need a 3d null with position, rotation and scale with same screenspace of cornerpin if i attach a solid plane at 3d null.
i search it on internet for along time but can’t find the solution why?
is there nothing solution of this method?
is this impossible in programming?
or no one intrested in this type of question?
please help or guide me if any idea…
Wow, if Dan can’t figure this one out, there is no hope! (-;
Seriously, has anyone come up with a solution for this? I need to match a bunch of 3D text into static shots of a city … there MUST be a way, given 4 points, to calculate the focal length / position of a camera … no??
Maybe some way to use the 3D motion tracker … ?
I just know there is some math out there that would accomplish this.