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Feature-based video stabilization for vehicular applications
IEEE International Symposium on Consumer Electronics (ISCE 2010)
This paper describes a method to stabilize video for vehicular applications based on Harris features and adaptive resolution. Lucas-Kanade method is applied to match feature points of consecutive frames and construct the feature motion flow. A damping filer is utilized to model the unwanted motion and global motion is separated by extracting oscillation. 92% correct rate with 0.54 second per frame is achieved. The provided benchmark shows outperformance of the proposed method.doi:10.1109/isce.2010.5522727 fatcat:pjyazv5yijcvli7zxognnl56c4