What is the Maximal Orthogonal Ray Distance?

A 3D point is computed using rays drawn from the marked keypoints on the images. Not all these rays intersect the 3D point. Given a 3D point and a ray, the orthogonal distance between the point and the ray can be computed. The Maximal Orthogonal Ray Distance is defined as the maximum distance over all the ray. 

 
Note: A large error might indicate wrong marks on the images.

 

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