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Automatic Image Stabilization for Omni-Directional Systems

POTÚČEK, I.

Originální název

Automatic Image Stabilization for Omni-Directional Systems

Anglický název

Automatic Image Stabilization for Omni-Directional Systems

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

For the purpose of Augmented Multi-party Interaction Project (AMI), an image stabilization of the meeting recordings is proposed. The mobile catadioptric system is usually prone to vibrations, which cause the distortion in the transformed panoramic image. The goal is to find proper parameters of the mirror border to image stabilization. Real-time method with sub-pixel precision is needed. This paper deals with methods which are based on the circle detection by using extracted border points.

Anglický abstrakt

For the purpose of Augmented Multi-party Interaction Project (AMI), an image stabilization of the meeting recordings is proposed. The mobile catadioptric system is usually prone to vibrations, which cause the distortion in the transformed panoramic image. The goal is to find proper parameters of the mirror border to image stabilization. Real-time method with sub-pixel precision is needed. This paper deals with methods which are based on the circle detection by using extracted border points.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT18045,
  author="Igor {Potúček}",
  title="Automatic Image Stabilization for Omni-Directional Systems",
  annote="

For the purpose of Augmented Multi-party Interaction Project (AMI), an image stabilization of the meeting recordings is proposed. The mobile catadioptric system is usually prone to vibrations, which cause the distortion in the transformed panoramic image. The goal is to find proper parameters of the mirror border to image stabilization. Real-time method with sub-pixel precision is needed. This paper deals with methods which are based on the circle detection by using extracted border points.", address="ACTA Press", booktitle="Proceedings of the Fifth IASTED International Conference on VISUALIZATION, IMAGING,AND IMAGE PROCESSING", chapter="18045", institution="ACTA Press", year="2005", month="september", pages="338--342", publisher="ACTA Press", type="conference paper" }