I have solved this problem by adding certain padding to overlap area.
There are pixels belonging to image1, image2, background and overlap. A pixels in overlap are successively relabeled to either image1 or image2 depending on neighborhood.
This padding will make some space for the blurring so that sharp edges of the overlap have no change of appearing.
I have referred to Stage I.D of this tutorial. Hope this helps.
When the features have scale and orientation assigned (e.g. SIFT features have these properties), you can compute similarity transform between each ...
I've never actually done Panorama Stitching, but I was talking to people who were, and I was involved in a project where we had to estimate the homography for fine localization for visual navigation, so here it goes.
Rough outline of the approach using RANSAC (you can read more of the approach in this Master thesis, page 12,13 - ...
Lets assume your camera axis has polar and azimuthal angles and you want to align your frames only regarding the azimuthal angle and set the polar angle free.
First you have to find the geometric transform between sequential frames of your video, then by multiplying these sequential geometric transforms between your reference frame and the current frame you ...
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