Simulation of Rain in Videos

  title={Simulation of Rain in Videos},
  author={Sonia Starik and Michael Werman}
This paper treats the addition of simulated rain to a video sequence. In order to derive a fast and simple algorithm for rain simulation that produces realistic results, we investigated visual properties of rainfall in videos, in terms of time and space. Assuming partial knowledge of the intrinsic camera parameters and user-defined parameters regarding rain intensity and velocity, we derive visual properties of the rain ”strokes” in the video space and show how to use these strokes to modify… CONTINUE READING
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