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# Digital Image Morphing through Field Morphing

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### Digital Image Morphing through Field Morphing

1. 1. DIGITAL IMAGEMORPHING THROUGH“FIELD MORPHING”Ankur Sakhuja
2. 2. Example
3. 3. Block Diagram for Algorithm WorkflowGenerating an intermediate frame Image IS Image I1 Fs → F warp Feature Spec Feature Fs Spec F Morph Color interpolate Image Image I2 Image IT FT → F warp Feature Feature Spec F Spec FT
4. 4. Algorithm overview Basic motivation: specification of feature points as lines – more expressive and intuitive Line features specified in both source and target images and correspondence established For every intermediate position in morph sequence, a line feature set is generated by interpolating the two sets Between source and intermediate line feature sets:- Every pair of line features represents a coordinate transformation for a point from source to target image – results in some spatial displacement A weighted sum of displacements due to all line pairs gives net displacement of a point – the total warp function Warp both source and target images to get two intermediate images Color interpolate to obtain the morph image Repeat for every position in the sequence to obtain the morph sequence
5. 5. The Math:Pixel transformationspecified by singlepair of line segments
6. 6. The Math (contd):Pixel transformation specified by two pairs of line segments
7. 7. The Math (contd):weighting factor for combining transformations of multiple line segment pairs bWeighting factor for combining displacements: length p Weight a dist
8. 8. Algorithm Pseudocode• For each pixel X in the destination• DSUM = (0,0)• weightsum = 0• For each line Pi Qi• calculate u,v based on Pi Qi• calculate Xi based on u,v and PiQi• calculate displacement Di = Xi - Xi for this line• dist = shortest distance from X to Pi Qi• weight = (lengthp / (a + dist))b• DSUM += Di * weight• weightsum += weight• X = X + DSUM / weightsum• destinationImage(X) = sourceImage(X)
9. 9. MATLAB Implementation and Results
10. 10. Reference 1. Beier, T. and Neely, S. 1992. Feature-based image metamorphosis. In Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference on Computer Graphics and interactive Techniques