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Proposed Methods for Real-Time Visualization of Panoramic Stadium Tribune Images in High Resolution

KŘÍŽ, P. DUTTA, M. PŘINOSIL, J. ŘÍHA, K.

Originální název

Proposed Methods for Real-Time Visualization of Panoramic Stadium Tribune Images in High Resolution

Anglický název

Proposed Methods for Real-Time Visualization of Panoramic Stadium Tribune Images in High Resolution

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en

Originální abstrakt

This paper describes and compares two slightly different methods for “real-time” visualization of panoramic stadium tribune images in high resolution using a virtual camera. The methods are tested as a part of the novel automatic panoramic surveillance camera system for the protection of people and property at sports stadiums. In the following sections, we introduce and compare our two methods, which are tested with four industrial 4k cameras. The first method processes input video streams composed of already transformed images and most of the operations are done on the CPU. The second method processes original video streams from cameras and specific operations are done on the GPU. Using our two methods and specific PC configuration, it is possible to display a full resolution panoramic video sequence with a maximal frame rate of 11:68 +- 2:11 fps and 6:82  1:86 fps. Focusing on a real-time application, more experimental results with the computational efficiency of particular stages in our methods are presented and discussed.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper describes and compares two slightly different methods for “real-time” visualization of panoramic stadium tribune images in high resolution using a virtual camera. The methods are tested as a part of the novel automatic panoramic surveillance camera system for the protection of people and property at sports stadiums. In the following sections, we introduce and compare our two methods, which are tested with four industrial 4k cameras. The first method processes input video streams composed of already transformed images and most of the operations are done on the CPU. The second method processes original video streams from cameras and specific operations are done on the GPU. Using our two methods and specific PC configuration, it is possible to display a full resolution panoramic video sequence with a maximal frame rate of 11:68 +- 2:11 fps and 6:82  1:86 fps. Focusing on a real-time application, more experimental results with the computational efficiency of particular stages in our methods are presented and discussed.

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@inproceedings{BUT159885,
  author="Petr {Kříž} and Malay Kishore {Dutta} and Jiří {Přinosil} and Kamil {Říha}",
  title="Proposed Methods for Real-Time Visualization of Panoramic Stadium Tribune Images in High Resolution",
  annote="This paper describes and compares two slightly
different methods for “real-time” visualization of panoramic stadium tribune images in high resolution using a virtual camera. The methods are tested as a part of the novel automatic panoramic surveillance camera system for the protection of people and property at sports stadiums. In the following sections,
we introduce and compare our two methods, which are tested with four industrial 4k cameras. The first method processes input video streams composed of already transformed images and most of the operations are done on the CPU. The second method processes original video streams from cameras and
specific operations are done on the GPU. Using our two methods and specific PC configuration, it is possible to display a full resolution panoramic video sequence with a maximal frame rate of 11:68 +- 2:11 fps and 6:82  1:86 fps. Focusing on a real-time application, more experimental results with the computational
efficiency of particular stages in our methods are presented and discussed.",
  booktitle="11th International Congress on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems and Workshops",
  chapter="159885",
  doi="10.1109/ICUMT48472.2019.8970920",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2019",
  month="october",
  pages="1--5",
  type="conference paper"
}