Recognition of Moving Object in High Dynamic Scene for Visual Prosthesis

@article{Guo2019RecognitionOM,
  title={Recognition of Moving Object in High Dynamic Scene for Visual Prosthesis},
  author={Fei Guo and Yuan Yang and Yang Xiao and Yong Gao and Ningmei Yu},
  journal={IEICE Trans. Inf. Syst.},
  year={2019},
  volume={102-D},
  pages={1321-1331}
}
Currently, visual perceptions generated by visual prosthesis are low resolution with unruly color and restricted grayscale. This severely restricts the ability of prosthetic implant to complete visual tasks in daily scenes. Some studies explore existing image processing techniques to improve the percepts of objects in prosthetic vision. However, most of them extract the moving objects and optimize the visual percepts in general dynamic scenes. The application of visual prosthesis in daily life… 
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