Removing glint with video processing to enhance underwater target detection


Remotely sensed imagery of large bodies of water is often dappled with bright patches known as glint. Solar glint is light originating from the sun that reflects off the water surface directly into a camera's sensor. Glint reduces the ability to observe the water at depth, making complicated problems such as in-water parameter retrieval, benthic mapping… (More)

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