Ex3 Rolling Shutter : Baby Crib Canopies
Ex3 Rolling Shutter
- Rolling shutter (also known as line scan) is a method of image acquisition in which each frame is recorded not from a snapshot of a single point in time, but rather by scanning across the frame either vertically or horizontally.
- A way to control the timing of a image sensor frequently used in consumer CMOS image sensors. The exposure (integration) time is controlled by a slit aperture that scans over the pixel array.
- The term 'Rolling Shutter' only refers to CMOS sensor technology. In a “rolling shutter” sensor the start and end of exposure on each row or column or individual pixel happens sequentially and it typically takes a time equal to 1/frame rate for all of the pixels on the sensor to become active.
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Extreme Rolling Shutter Artefact
A goods train going past the station. The "rolling shutter
artefact" is caused by the shutter in my mobile phone camera not opening and closing like an old mechanical shutter, but scanning the scene from top to bottom - so if the scene is moving, you get this effect. The train behind shows the 'true' vertical. You could now use the shutter speed to work out the speed of the train, in theory.
Rolling Shutter Experiment
Played around a bit more with my "rolling
shutter" experiment from the other day. Thought I'd upload an example of my first experiments. Hopefully, I'll be improving the technique. Regardless, it was a lot of fun trying it out.
Some heavy handed processing to make this look half way presentable.
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