Hi guys, I am working on an computer vision project. the project uses two cameras to triangulate an object in front of the cameras. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Express the object's location in 3d coordinates relative to the cameras. 2. Relevant equations From the software i can get two line equations. The line equations are for lines going through the centers of the lens and the center of the object itself 1: a1x1+b1y1+c1=0 2: a2x2+b2y2+c2=0 Known parameters are the a1,a2,b1,b2,c1,c2 Also know is the relation between the two cameras (The Fundamental matrix 3X3) Also, the object coordinates in 2d on a projection plane from each camera is known (i.e. x1,y1 and x2,y2 ) Sadly, the lines do not meet, so its also needed to calculate the shortest line that connects both lines and treat its middle as the object's center. 3. The attempt at a solution how to calculate a vector that originates from the middle of the two cameras, to the object.