DyBluRF: Dynamic Deblurring Neural Radiance Fields for Blurry Monocular Video

21 Dec 2023  ·  Minh-Quan Viet Bui, Jongmin Park, Jihyong Oh, Munchurl Kim ·

Neural Radiance Fields (NeRF), initially developed for static scenes, have inspired many video novel view synthesis techniques. However, the challenge for video view synthesis arises from motion blur, a consequence of object or camera movement during exposure, which hinders the precise synthesis of sharp spatio-temporal views. In response, we propose a novel dynamic deblurring NeRF framework for blurry monocular video, called DyBluRF, consisting of a Base Ray Initialization (BRI) stage and a Motion Decomposition-based Deblurring (MDD) stage. Our DyBluRF is the first that handles the novel view synthesis for blurry monocular video with a novel two-stage framework. In the BRI stage, we coarsely reconstruct dynamic 3D scenes and jointly initialize the base ray, which is further used to predict latent sharp rays, using the inaccurate camera pose information from the given blurry frames. In the MDD stage, we introduce a novel Incremental Latent Sharp-rays Prediction (ILSP) approach for the blurry monocular video frames by decomposing the latent sharp rays into global camera motion and local object motion components. We further propose two loss functions for effective geometry regularization and decomposition of static and dynamic scene components without any mask supervision. Experiments show that DyBluRF outperforms qualitatively and quantitatively the SOTA methods.

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