Motion-Blur-Free High-Speed Video Shooting Using a Resonant Mirror

@inproceedings{Inoue2017MotionBlurFreeHV,
  title={Motion-Blur-Free High-Speed Video Shooting Using a Resonant Mirror},
  author={Michiaki Inoue and Qingyi Gu and Mingjun Jiang and Takeshi Takaki and Idaku Ishii and Kenji Tajima},
  booktitle={Sensors},
  year={2017}
}
This study proposes a novel concept of actuator-driven frame-by-frame intermittent tracking for motion-blur-free video shooting of fast-moving objects. The camera frame and shutter timings are controlled for motion blur reduction in synchronization with a free-vibration-type actuator vibrating with a large amplitude at hundreds of hertz so that motion blur can be significantly reduced in free-viewpoint high-frame-rate video shooting for fast-moving objects by deriving the maximum performance of… CONTINUE READING