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Image Reconstruction for High-Sensitivity Imaging by Using Combined Long/Short Exposure Type Single-Chip Image Sensor

Image Reconstruction for High-Sensitivity Imaging by Using Combined Long/Short Exposure Type Single-Chip Image Sensor,10.1007/978-3-642-19318-7_50,San

Image Reconstruction for High-Sensitivity Imaging by Using Combined Long/Short Exposure Type Single-Chip Image Sensor  
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We propose a image reconstruction method and a sensor for high-sensitivity imaging using long-term exposed green pixels over several frames. As a result of extending the exposure time of green pixels, motion blur increases. We use motion information detected from high-frame-rate red and blue pixels to remove the motion blur. To implement this method, both long- and short-term exposed pixels are arranged in a checkerboard pattern on a single-chip image sensor. Using the proposed method, we improved fourfold the sensitivity of the green pixels without any motion blur.
Conference: Asian Conference on Computer Vision - ACCV , pp. 641-652, 2010
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