Video-based nonphotorealistic and expressive illustration of motion

@article{Kim2005VideobasedNA,
  title={Video-based nonphotorealistic and expressive illustration of motion},
  author={ByungMoon Kim and Irfan Essa},
  journal={International 2005 Computer Graphics},
  year={2005},
  pages={32-35}
}
  • ByungMoon Kim, Irfan Essa
  • Published in
    International Computer…
    2005
  • Computer Science
  • We present a semi-automatic approach for adding expressive renderings to images and videos that highlight motions and movement. Our technique relies on motion analysis of video where the motion information from the image sequence is used to add expressive information. The first step in our approach is to extract a moving region of the video by segmenting and then grouping regions of compatible motions. In the second step, a user can interactively choose or refine a grouping region that… CONTINUE READING

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