Real-time video stabilization without phantom movements for micro aerial vehicles
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In recent times, micro aerial vehicles (MAVs) are becoming popular for several applications as rescue, surveillance, mapping, etc. Undesired motion between consecutive frames is a problem in a video recorded by MAVs. There are different approaches, applied in video post-processing, to solve this issue. However, there are only few algorithms able to be applied in real time. An additional and critical problem is the presence of false movements in the stabilized video. In this paper, we present a new approach of video stabilization which can be used in real time without generating false movements. Our proposal uses a combination of a low-pass filter and control action information to estimate the motion intention.
CitationAguilar, W. G.; Angulo, C. Real-time video stabilization without phantom movements for micro aerial vehicles. "EURASIP Journal on Image and Video Processing", 22 Setembre 2014, vol. 2014, núm. 1, p. 2014:46-1-2014:46-13.