Anti-motion Blur Method Using Conditional Adversarial Networks


Lee, Myeong Gyu and Lu, Cheng Nan and Chung, Daniel and Foon, Wee Jia and Lim, Kok Yoong and Ko, Ilju and Park, Jinho (2020) Anti-motion Blur Method Using Conditional Adversarial Networks. In: Advances in Computer Science and Ubiquitous Computing. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (Advances in Computer Science and Ubiquitous Computing), 536 . Springer, pp. 332-337. ISBN 9789811393402

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In general, taking a high-speed object such as projectiles with a low-speed camera are accompanied by artifacts called so-called Motion blur. Motion blur is a phenomenon that the boundaries of a moving object diffuse unclearly. Motion blur is divided into a ‘captured motion blur’ and ‘display motion blur’. The formal occurs when the object moves faster than the camera shutter speed, and the later occurs due to the limitations of the display. In this study, we focus on the captured motive blur caused by the shutter speed of the camera. Generally, leveraging expensive high-speed camera equipment or using a de-blurring algorithm has been proposed to remove this type of blur. However high-speed cameras are too costly for the End-user to use, and de-blur algorithms have a problem that it takes quite a while to get remarkable results. Therefore we propose a method that uses a machine learning technique to obtain clear images even in low-end single RGB cameras with low frame rate.

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: Machine learning, GAN (Generative Adversarial Network), De-blurringm Motion blur
Subjects: Q Science > Q Science (General) > Q300-390 Cybernetics
Divisions: Faculty of Creative Multimedia (FCM)
Depositing User: Ms Suzilawati Abu Samah
Date Deposited: 16 Dec 2020 12:58
Last Modified: 16 Dec 2020 12:58


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