In each video, an area of interest of a rigid object is tracked using a perspective camera. A reference template is selected manually in the first image of the sequence. The shape of the rigid object is unknown and it is thus recovered online during the visual tracking. In the videos, a red grid is superposed to the current area of interest in order to show the 3D structure of the object.
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