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Implementation of Camera Pipeline

Algorithm on DSP Processor

Presented By:
Vikas R. Gupta
M. Tech. 4th Sem. (Communication engineering)

Under the Guidance of :


Dr. M. M. Mushrif

Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering


Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur.
(An Autonomous Institution Affiliated to Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur)
Outline
Introduction

Motivation
Problem formulation

Objective or Problem Statement

Summary of previous related work or Literature


survey
Plan of Project Work

References
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Introduction
Digital Camera Pipeline
Sensor Aperture and Lens

Focus
Control

Pre White Demosaicing (Color


processing Balance Interpolation)

Exposure
Control

Display on Preferred Device Color Transform Color Transform


Post
Compress and Store
processing RGBuu RGBcc RGBcc RGBuu

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Motivation
Digital still color cameras (DSCs) have gained significant
popularity in recent years, with projected sales in the
order of 8,45,000 units according to CyberMedia
Research India, by the year 2010.

Such an explosive demand calls for an understanding of


the processing involved and the implementation issues,
bearing in mind the otherwise difficult problems these
cameras solve.
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Problem Formulation
Digital Camera pipeline performs the baseline and enhanced image
processing
This pipeline is a series of specialized algorithms that adjusts image
data in real-time and is often implemented as an integrated
component of a system-on-chip (SoC) image processor.
Basically camera pipeline includes the processes like Preprocessing,
White balance, color interpolation Color transformation, Post
processing etc.
Image processing algorithm in a digital camera are embedded in a
chip, and we cannot modify them to test and improve final image
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quality.
Objectives
To implement the Color Interpolation algorithm
(Demosaicing) in DSP processor in order to understand and
potentially improve the final image quality of the digital
camera.
To do the comparative study of various color interpolation
algorithm.

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Literature Survey
Non-adaptive algorithms:

Nearest Neighbor Replication [1]


Bilinear Interpolation [2]
Median Interpolation [3]
Smooth Hue Transition Interpolation [4]

Adaptive algorithms:

Pattern Matching based Interpolation Algorithm[2]


Block Matching Based Algorithm[3]
Edge Sensing Interpolation[4]
Fuzzy interpolation technique [4]
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References
1. Tinku Acharya , Ajay K. Ray, Adaptive Fuzzy Color Interpolation , Journal of
Electronic Imaging Vol. 11(3), July 2002.
2. Bahadir K. Gunturk et.al. , Color Plane Interpolation Using Alternating
Projections ,IEEE Transactions On Image Processing, Vol. 11, No. 9, September 2002
.
3. Ibrahim Pekkucuksen et.al.Edge Strength Filter Based Color Filter Array
Interpolation, IEEE Transaction on Image Processing, Vol. 21, No.1, January 2012.
4. Varsha Chikane, Chiou Shann Fuh, Automatic white Balance for Digital Still
Camera, Journal of Information Science and Engineering 22,497-509, 2006.

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