A framework for automatic creation of motion effects from theatrical motion pictures

posted Jun 28, 2014, 12:05 AM by Byounghyun Yoo   [ updated Feb 8, 2015, 12:06 AM ]
Suchul Shin, Byounghyun Yoo*, and Soonhung Han, Multimedia Systems, 20(3), pp.327-346, June 2014
(*Corresponding author) 

Abstract: Motion effects are the most important physical effects of commercial feature films in the latest cinemas equipped with multi-sensory-effect systems known as 4DX theaters. This paper presents a framework for automatically generating motion effects from a video. We propose a seven-step motion-effect production pipeline based on the concept of structure from motion. In particular, we present the total-variation-based adaptive noise reduction method to remove acceleration noise and introduce methods to estimate the gravity direction from an image. The proposed framework is validated by prototype application to a syn- thetic video, a commercial feature film, a ride film, and three point-of-view (POV) footages.

Keywords: motion effect, physical effect, multimedia, theater experience


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ISSN: 0942-4962
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