Improved motion robustness of remote-PPG by using the blood volume pulse signature

@inproceedings{Haan2014ImprovedMR,
  title={Improved motion robustness of remote-PPG by using the blood volume pulse signature},
  author={De Haan},
  year={2014}
}
Remote photoplethysmography (rPPG) enables contact-free monitoring of the blood volume pulse using a color camera. Essentially, it detects the minute optical absorption changes caused by blood volume variations in the skin. In this paper, we show that the different absorption spectra of arterial blood and bloodless skin cause the variations to occur along a very specific vector in a normalized RGB-space. The exact vector can be determined for a given light-spectrum and transfer-characteristics… CONTINUE READING

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