- where the rounded corner reaches the end of the path.
- where the rounded corner reaches an adjacent anchor point.
- where the rounded corner reaches an anchor point being created while modifying an adjacent corner.
- All of the above.
Corner detection is a method for extracting specific features and inferring the contents of a scene in computer vision systems. Motion detection, camera registration, video tracking, image mosaicing, panorama stitching, 3D reconstruction, and object recognition all use corner detection. The subject of corner detection is similar to that of interest point detection. The convergence of two sides is what a corner is. In a local neighborhood of a point, a corner may also be described as a point with two dominant and distinct edge directions. An interest point in an image is a well-defined location in the image that can be reliably observed.