Chicken Cam : Sharp Images from a Moving Camera

Abstract

If there is any relative movement between subject and camera during the imaging formation process, the resulting image will be motion blurred. There are many different ways to reduce or eliminate motion blur, each with its own set of complexities and tradeoffs. The simplest way to avoid blur is to prevent camera motion by using a tripod, but if motion is… (More)

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