PROJECT TITLE :
Camera Shutter-Independent Registration and Rectification - 2018
Inevitable camera motion throughout exposure will not augur well free-hand photography. Distortions introduced in pictures will be of various sorts and mainly depend on the structure of the scene, the nature of camera motion, and also the shutter mechanism of the camera. In this Project, we have a tendency to address the problem of registering pictures taken from global shutter and rolling shutter cameras and reveal the constraints on camera motion that admit registration, change detection, and rectification. Our analysis encompasses degradations arising from camera motion during exposure and variations in shutter mechanisms. We tend to also investigate conditions below which camera motions inflicting distortions in reference and target image can be decoupled to yield the underlying latent image through RS rectification. We tend to validate our approach using many synthetic and real examples.
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