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Pick and Mouse Menus

Pick and mouse menus exist for each of mono, left and right Tvs. These are used to select pick and mouse activity of their respective Tv devices (see mono and stereo tools and other relevant sections of the user guide for details). They provide facilities to select, display and print edge data and geometry. Other tools (e.g. the mono and stereo tools) are also able to change these mouse and/or pick facilities. Selecting pick and mouse facilities sets the appropriate activity on the associated Tv tool is it exists.

The following pick facilities exist for each Tv device.

PICK:

MONO        edge: output relevant values of the selected edge.

LEFT        edge: output relevant values of the selected edge.

RIGHT       edge: output relevant values of the selected edge.

Mouse facilities are only currently implemented for left and right Tvs.

MOUSE:

LEFT
RIGHT        epi: use currently defined parallel camera geometry
                  to compute the pair of epipolar lines (in left
                  and right images) that pass through the current
                  mouse position and draw them over the extent of
                  the left and right images. Uses only the left
                  mouse button and can be dragged (on button release
                  the final epipolar pair is displayed until the next
                  repaint call to the Tv). 

            rast: display the left and right image rasters (horizontal
                  image lines) that pass  through the current mouse
                  position on the left and right image Tv tools. Uses
                  only the left mouse button and can be dragged (on
                  button release the final epipolar pair is displayed
                  until the next repaint call to the Tv). Note that
                  zooming/shifting of left and/or right hand Tv does
                  not affect the position of the raster with respect
                  to the underlying image (although it will shift their
                  position with respect to the Tv itself).


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