Single Image Deblurring and Camera Motion Estimation with Depth Map

1 Mar 2019  ·  Liyuan Pan, Yuchao Dai, Miaomiao Liu ·

Camera shake during exposure is a major problem in hand-held photography, as it causes image blur that destroys details in the captured images.~In the real world, such blur is mainly caused by both the camera motion and the complex scene structure.~While considerable existing approaches have been proposed based on various assumptions regarding the scene structure or the camera motion, few existing methods could handle the real 6 DoF camera motion.~In this paper, we propose to jointly estimate the 6 DoF camera motion and remove the non-uniform blur caused by camera motion by exploiting their underlying geometric relationships, with a single blurry image and its depth map (either direct depth measurements, or a learned depth map) as input.~We formulate our joint deblurring and 6 DoF camera motion estimation as an energy minimization problem which is solved in an alternative manner. Our model enables the recovery of the 6 DoF camera motion and the latent clean image, which could also achieve the goal of generating a sharp sequence from a single blurry image. Experiments on challenging real-world and synthetic datasets demonstrate that image blur from camera shake can be well addressed within our proposed framework.

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