Analysis and Compensation of Rolling Shutter Effect for CMOS Image Sensors

@inproceedings{Chang2005AnalysisAC,
  title={Analysis and Compensation of Rolling Shutter Effect for CMOS Image Sensors},
  author={Li-Wen Chang and C. Liang and Homer H. Chen},
  year={2005}
}
Most CMOS image sensors collect image data row by row, analogous to an open slit that scans over the image sequentially. Each row integrates light when the slit passes over it. Therefore, the scanlines of the image are not exposed at the same time. This sensor architecture creates a geometric distortion, known as the rolling shutter effect, for moving objects. We address this problem by using digital image processing techniques. A mathematical model of the rolling shutter is developed, by which… CONTINUE READING

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