Estimate extrinsic monocular camera parameters using checkerboard

`[`

estimates the extrinsic parameters of a monocular camera by using the intrinsic parameters
of the camera and a checkerboard calibration pattern. The returned extrinsic parameters
define the yaw, pitch, and roll rotation angles between the camera
coordinate system (Computer Vision Toolbox) and vehicle coordinate system
axes. The function also returns the height of the camera above the ground. Specify the
intrinsic parameters, the image and world coordinates of the checkerboard corner points, and
the height of the checkerboard pattern's origin above the ground.`pitch`

,`yaw`

,`roll`

,`height`

] = estimateMonoCameraParameters(`intrinsics`

,`imagePoints`

,`worldPoints`

,`patternOriginHeight`

)

By default, the function assumes that the camera is facing forward and that the checkerboard pattern is parallel with the ground. For all possible camera and checkerboard placements, see Calibrate a Monocular Camera.

`[`

specifies options using one or more name-value pairs, in addition to the inputs and outputs
from the previous syntax. For example, you can specify the orientation or position of the
checkerboard pattern.`pitch`

,`yaw`

,`roll`

,`height`

] = estimateMonoCameraParameters(___,`Name,Value`

)

`detectCheckerboardPoints`

|`estimateCameraParameters`

|`estimateFisheyeParameters`

|`extrinsics`

|`generateCheckerboardPoints`