Real-Time Camera Tracking: When is High Frame-Rate Best?

@inproceedings{Handa2012RealTimeCT,
  title={Real-Time Camera Tracking: When is High Frame-Rate Best?},
  author={Ankur Handa and Richard A. Newcombe and Adrien Angeli and Andrew J. Davison},
  booktitle={ECCV},
  year={2012}
}
Higher frame-rates promise better tracking of rapid motion, but advanced real-time vision systems rarely exceed the standard 10– 60Hz range, arguing that the computation required would be too great. Actually, increasing frame-rate is mitigated by reduced computational cost per frame in trackers which take advantage of prediction. Additionally, when we consider the physics of image formation, high frame-rate implies that the upper bound on shutter time is reduced, leading to less motion blur but… CONTINUE READING
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