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We present a novel single image deblurring method to estimate spatially non-uniform blur that results from camera shake. We use existing spatially invariant deconvolution methods in a local and robust way to compute initial estimates of the latent image. The camera motion is represented as a Motion Density Function (MDF) which records the fraction of time(More)
We present a deblurring algorithm that uses a hardware attachment coupled with a natural image prior to deblur images from consumer cameras. Our approach uses a combination of inexpensive gyroscopes and accelerometers in an energy optimization framework to estimate a blur function from the camera's acceleration and angular velocity during an exposure. We(More)
It is often desirable to evaluate an image based on its quality. For many computer vision applications, a perceptually meaningful measure is the most relevant for evaluation; however, most commonly used measure do not map well to human judgements of image quality. A further complication of many existing image measure is that they require a reference image,(More)
We demonstrate a system for capturing multi-thousand frame-per-second (fps) video using a dense array of cheap 30 fps CMOS image sensors. A benefit of using a camera array to capture high-speed video is that we can scale to higher speeds by simply adding more cameras. Even at extremely high frame rates, our array architecture supports continuous streaming(More)
Image blur and noise are difficult to avoid in many situations and can often ruin a photograph. We present a novel image deconvolution algorithm that deblurs and denoises an image given a known shift-invariant blur kernel. Our algorithm uses local color statistics derived from the image as a constraint in a unified framework that can be used for deblurring,(More)
The advent of inexpensive digital image sensors and the ability to create photographs that combine information from a number of sensed images are changing the way we think about photography. In this paper, we describe a unique array of 100 custom video cameras that we have built, and we summarize our experiences using this array in a range of imaging(More)
Image blur is caused by a number of factors such as motion, defocus, capturing light over the non-zero area of the aperture and pixel, the presence of anti-aliasing filters on a camera sensor, and limited sensor resolution. We present an algorithm that estimates non-parametric, spatially-varying blur functions (i.e., point-spread functions or PSFs) at(More)
It is often desirable to evaluate images quality with a perceptually relevant measure that does not require a reference image. Recent approaches to this problem use human provided quality scores with machine learning to learn a measure. The biggest hurdles to these efforts are: 1) the difficulty of generalizing across diverse types of distortions and 2)(More)
The restoration of a blurry or noisy image is commonly performed with a MAP estimator, which maximizes a posterior probability to reconstruct a clean image from a degraded image. A MAP estimator, when used with a sparse gradient image prior, reconstructs piecewise smooth images and typically removes textures that are important for visual realism. We present(More)
We describe a framework for improving the quality of personal photos by using a person's favorite photographs as examples. We observe that the majority of a person's photographs include the faces of a photographer's family and friends and often the errors in these photographs are the most disconcerting. We focus on correcting these types of images and use(More)