Video object annotation, navigation, and composition

  title={Video object annotation, navigation, and composition},
  author={Dan B. Goldman and Chris Gonterman and Brian Curless and David Salesin and Steven M. Seitz},
We explore the use of tracked 2D object motion to enable novel approaches to interacting with video. These include moving annotations, video navigation by direct manipulation of objects, and creating an image composite from multiple video frames. Features in the video are automatically tracked and grouped in an off-line preprocess that enables later interactive manipulation. Examples of annotations include speech and thought balloons, video graffiti, path arrows, video hyperlinks, and schematic… CONTINUE READING
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