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IJCV
2010
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On the Apparent Transparency of a Motion Blurred Object
An object which moves during the exposure time results in a blurred smear in the image. We consider the smear as if it was the image of a semitransparent object, and we retrieve i...
Vincenzo Caglioti, Alessandro Giusti
CVPR
2007
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
Single Image Motion Deblurring Using Transparency
One of the key problems of restoring a degraded image from motion blur is the estimation of the unknown shiftinvariant linear blur filter. Several algorithms have been proposed ut...
Jiaya Jia
ICCV
2007
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
Rotational Motion Deblurring of a Rigid Object from a Single Image
Most previous motion deblurring methods restore the degraded image assuming a shift-invariant linear blur filter. These methods are not applicable if the blur is caused by spatial...
Qi Shan, Wei Xiong, Jiaya Jia
EGH
2010
Springer
9 years 1 months ago
Analytical motion blur rasterization with compression
We present a rasterizer, based on time-dependent edge equations, that computes analytical visibility in order to render accurate motion blur. The theory for doing the computations...
Carl Johan Gribel, Michael C. Doggett, Tomas Akeni...
SIGGRAPH
2000
ACM
9 years 8 months ago
Deep shadow maps
We introduce deep shadow maps, a technique that produces fast, high-quality shadows for primitives such as hair, fur, and smoke. Unlike traditional shadow maps, which store a sing...
Tom Lokovic, Eric Veach
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