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Oversampled Binary Image Sensor vs Active Pixel Sensor(CMOS)

I am a beginner in the field of Image processing.I was designing a camera sensor when I came across these two type of sensors: CMOS(Active Pixel Sensor) Oversampled Binary Image Sensor. Now, I can ...
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Estimate camera generalized velocity from consecutive frames

Let's suppose I have a camera which can move freely in 3D space and has 6 degrees of freedom. Is it possible to estimate the linear and angular velocity of the camera from 2 or more consecutive ...
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Capturing images on fast moving conveyor belt

This may or may not be an image processing problem. I am developing a simple system that captures images of a part as they are being manufactured and sent out along the conveyor belt. I've solved ...
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How to get an objects dimensions from video

I want to be able to measure an object using the camera on my phone. How would I go about getting an objects width and height from a video? My first thought was some type of 3D tracking of the video. ...
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Accurate measurement of object's position on a bayer-filtered and grayscaled images

This is an experience-related question about cameras and image processing. I have a laboratory setup. Under some simplifications it looks like a red ball rolling on a white table (the real setup is ...
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Sampling rate: camera resolution when taking a photo of an LCD

Consider a digital camera that faces an LCD and that is perfectly focused on the LCD. The LCD shows an image of $n \times n$ pixels. What resolution does the camera have to have to perfectly capture ...
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General registration of images of two cameras

Suppose I have two cameras (c1 and c2) that are mounted to a device. The cameras observe an even surface of this device, where an object will be placed. The device itself can move, the cameras should ...
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Camera calibration vs. registration

Suppose I have two cameras, c1 and c2 that are securely installed and do not move. What I want is a matrix T, that takes a pixel of an image from camera c1 and calculates the according pixel in an ...
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How to estimate radial distortion from lens characteristics?

Is there a way to estimate the radial distortion coefficients without calibration, given the lens characteristics, such as its diameter and its focal length? Typically for camera calibration a ...
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Camera calibration using multiple images

I am trying to get the hang of camera calibration. For this purpose, I have mainly watched this lecture on youtube: Lecture 12: Camera Model by UCF CRCV. I believe that I understood the main ideas: ...
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Does the quality of the pictures taken by a USB 3.0 camera depend on cable length?

I've got a JAI GO-5000-USB camera and have tried several cable lengths, ranging from 40cm to 5m. So far, I haven't observed many differences in the quality of the pictures I've taken. Since I want ...
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Machine Vision - Infinity Focus effect

I am working on a research project that involves machine vision. The camera we are using implements infinite focus - I have been informed that this can affect the accuracy of computer vision ...
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Requirement on processor and memory for image processing

I'm designing a camera system to use a 5MP CMOS image sensor with a micro controller board. In order to select proper components I'm looking for some numbers. It would be very appreciated if you give ...
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How to Linearise an Input Image before applying Color Correction?

I'm doing color correction on Raw images taken from Camera directly. I want to make my Camera reproduce same colors as my Target camera. Here are the steps I'm following: Take Target Color values ...
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What are characteristics of shadows in an image given an outdoor setting from an image processing point of view?

I'm wondering what basic characteristics of shadows are. I'm looking from a camera image/video processing point of view. I'm considering the case of an outside scene in direct sunlight. These are the ...
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Horizontal banding (flickering) due to electronic rolling shutters

It is a well-known artifact that in CMOS cameras with electronic rolling shutter, horizontal banding (flickering), i.e. brightness intensity variations, are observed when the image is recorded under ...
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How does 3D Time-of-Flight (TOF) camera work?

This is my first post in this forum! So Point me if anything is not clear! I want to know how TOF camera works? So I've done Google & read some nice explanation about How Phase difference between ...
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Can you average out focal length from different camera calibration sessions?

If I perform a number of camera calibration routines at a fixed resolution, with various sizes of calibration patterns (like checkerboards), at various distances and get various values for focal ...
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Changing camera and image properties to calibrate a camera

Is it OK to calibrate a camera using effects and filters such as increasing contrast and brightness etc. to improve the detection of corners of a chessboard? Even if the used mode for detecting the ...
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Looking to understand line artifacts in “overscanned” image

Essentially I'm looking for an explanation how the second image results from a capture of the original. Possibly you've seen something like this before and you can tell just from looking at the result ...
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Image processing and Camera Calibration

I have several related questions about camera resolutions. If I calibrate my camera to a particular resolution say 640x360, can I use it for another resolution like 1024x768? Also, I want to know as ...
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How to unify the color and brightness measure of two given camera?

I have two cameras, and I'm up to perform some matching stuff on videos captured by these two cameras since I'm a CV guy. The problem is the two cameras have very different performance in terms of ...
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AutoExposure with nonlinear camera: Non linear proportional PID?

Now I', wondering how to best implement a control algorithm for it. I tried using a PID controler but started with a simple P-control first. The problem is, that when using the equation ...
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Histogram evaluation for image quality concerning illumination

I'm currently trying to develop an algorithm to control the camera characteristic of a camera (the camera characteristic can be controlled to adopt it to the different lightning situation which can ...
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camera motion detection

I am working on camera motion detection.How do I decouple translation and rotation? I have obtained rotation by using sensors. I understand we can do something as simple as X'=RX+T , where R-rotation, ...
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Is gamma correction applied in my setup

I am working on a scientific application where I would like to evaluate luminance in an image, however I am unsure if what I receive from my setup is luminance (Y) or luma (Y'). I use a camera with a ...
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Are there characteristics of photographic film that would make it an analog medium?

There was an article a few years ago entitled "Analog is Not the Opposite of Digital". Film is not analog, period. I used to shoot film on a Canon AE-1 from the ’70s. Now I have a digital SLR from ...
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How does resizing an image affect the intrinsic camera matrix?

I have a camera matrix (I know both intrinsic and extrinsic parameters) known for image of size HxW. (I use this matrix for some calculations I need). I want to use a smaller image, say: ...
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FPS to Hertz in a camera

Not sure if this is the proper place to ask this, but I'm sure someone here will know the answer. I have this optical camera (TrackIR 4), which, for what you can see on the table, samples images at a ...
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Where to get the Kodak PhotoCD raw image dataset?

I've been doing some background reading on demosaicing raw images. I've seen the Kodak PhotoCD raw image dataset mentioned in a few papers on demosaicing: Image Demosaicing: A Systematic Survey High ...
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Colors on photo to real-life values

The target is to get a color of selected area from taken photo on a mobile device. So I've needed to make some image processing programmatically. Is it exist any algorithm to approximate color to it's ...
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3CCD or monochrome with Bayer filter?

I was wondering if any one with experience with both sensors can give some insight on this. I've heard there can be problems with alignment of the different signals using a 3CCD. However, when using ...
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Camera calibration/pin hole camera model and working out 3d position

I have a calibrated camera and have the intrinsic parameters. I also have the extrinsic parameters relative to a point (the world origin) on a planar surface in the real world. This point I have set ...
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How do I get the most accurate camera calibration?

First off, I hope this is the correct Stack Exchange board. My apologies if it is not. I am working on something that requires me to calibrate the camera. I have successfully implemented the code to ...
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Given some parameters, how do you determine how much of an image sensor an object will consume? [closed]

If I have the details of a scene and a camera, how can I tell how much of my camera's image sensor will be taken by a certain object in space? For example, if I have a painting that is 1m by 1m, it ...
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How do I determine whether I have pattern-free noise?

For microscopy, we're frequently testing cameras. Since my applications involve very low signal-to-noise ratio, it becomes important that the noise is free of correlations and patterns, because local ...