Moving Object Detection on a Vehicle Mounted Back-Up Camera
AbstractIn the detection of moving objects from vision sources one usually assumes that the scene has been captured by stationary cameras. In case of backing up a vehicle, however, the camera mounted on the vehicle moves according to the vehicle’s movement, resulting in ego-motions on the background. This results in mixed motion in the scene, and makes it difficult to distinguish between the target objects and background motions. Without further treatments on the mixed motion, traditional fixed-viewpoint object detection methods will lead to many false-positive detection results. In this paper, we suggest a procedure to be used with the traditional moving object detection methods relaxing the stationary cameras restriction, by introducing additional steps before and after the detection. We also decribe the implementation as a FPGA platform along with the algorithm. The target application of this suggestion is use with a road vehicle’s rear-view camera systems. View Full-Text
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Kim, D.-S.; Kwon, J. Moving Object Detection on a Vehicle Mounted Back-Up Camera. Sensors 2016, 16, 23.
Kim D-S, Kwon J. Moving Object Detection on a Vehicle Mounted Back-Up Camera. Sensors. 2016; 16(1):23.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kim, Dong-Sun; Kwon, Jinsan. 2016. "Moving Object Detection on a Vehicle Mounted Back-Up Camera." Sensors 16, no. 1: 23.
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