These are the photos I took and created for this project
After solving for the inverse homeography matrix, we can apply the matrix to points in our original image, warping the images to the target points we select.
To blend images into a mosaic, I took two photos with overlapping points. I kept one image still while I warped the second image to points selected from the first. I padded the image with zeros or black pixels to allow extension of the image vertically and horizontally. I have results for no blending and for fixed-alpha blending.
In this part of the project I learned how to use solve for a homeographic transformation matrix and how to use the matrix to change the perspective of an image. Using the matrix and blending techniques, I also learned how to create mosaics from images. I think the most interesting aspect of this project was having to use our own data, our own photos.