Raoul Rodriguez Luparello

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In high-speed video imaging acquisition, artificial lighting can cause non-uniform luminosity and chroma variation between frames, which is linked to the interaction between the frequency of the lighting power source and of the video acquisition. This problem is commonly dubbed “flicker”. Deflickering techniques are also useful for resolving(More)
When acquiring high-speed video (more than 100 frames per second), artificial lighting can cause severe non-uniform luminosity and chroma variation between frames, commonly labeled periodic flicker. Non-uniform periodic flicker is not easy to correct in the presence of general motion, since its estimation requires background and object tracking, and most(More)
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