Video stabilization using epipolar geometry

@article{Goldstein2012VideoSU,
  title={Video stabilization using epipolar geometry},
  author={Amit Goldstein and Raanan Fattal},
  journal={ACM Trans. Graph.},
  year={2012},
  volume={31},
  pages={126:1-126:10}
}
We present a new video stabilization technique that uses projective scene reconstruction to treat jittered video sequences. Unlike methods that recover the full three-dimensional geometry of the scene, this model accounts for simple geometric relations between points and epipolar lines. Using this level of scene understanding, we obtain the physical correctness of 3D stabilization methods yet avoid their lack of robustness and computational costs. Our method consists of tracking feature points… CONTINUE READING

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