Corpus ID: 15860994

High Speed Sequential Illumination With Electronic Rolling Shutter Cameras

  title={High Speed Sequential Illumination With Electronic Rolling Shutter Cameras},
  author={Matis Hudon and P. Kerbiriou and A. Schubert and K. Bouatouch},
  booktitle={CVPR 2015},
  • Matis Hudon, P. Kerbiriou, +1 author K. Bouatouch
  • Published in CVPR 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Nowadays flashes are commonly used in photography: they bring light and sharpness to images. It is very tempting to use flash lights in cinema, to take profit of controlled light as photographers may do. But using flashes with video recording is not as easy as in photography. Actually, flashes cause many temporal artifacts in video recordings, especially with high speed CMOS cameras equipped with electronic rolling shutters. This paper proposes a video recording method that uses periodic… CONTINUE READING
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