Ghost-free HDR video using FPGA
This thesis proposes an algorithm for multi-exposure ghost-free HDR video acquisition for embedded devices. The Ghost-free HDR acquisition was evaluated on the state-of-the-art FPGA architecture and achieved more than real-time performance of 96FPS on FullHD resolution. The proposed Ghost-free algorithm produces output visually comparable to the state-of-the-art algorithms which are considerably more demanding or not implementable on embedded devices at all.
HDR, HDR Acquisition, HDR Deghosting, Embedded Systems, FPGA, Real-time HDR processing