Color Consistency from Multiple-View Images

Posted on September 17, 2015

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Abstract

In this paper we address the problem of multiview color consistency. We propose to use a graph model of 3d positions obtained using matched dense feature points. We define an energy functional on this model which captures relationship of the colors across views while also imposing a smoothness cost to obtain optimal colors for the 3d positions. We finally recolorize the images using these optimal colors at reprojected co-ordinates.  An important feature of the proposed method is that it does not use a reference view. Finally we present a qualitative evaluation of our method with methods that use a reference view.

Keywords : Multiview color synchronization, 3D reconstruction, colorization, Potts Penalty Optimization.

System Overview

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Publication

Kuse M., Jaiswal S. P. “Graph Modelling og 3D Geometric Information for Color Consistency of Multiview Images“. In Proc. of International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), 2015 in Quebec City, Canada.

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