Dynamic events such as family gatherings, concerts or sports events are often captured by a group of people. The set of still images obtained this way is rich in dynamic content but lacks accurate temporal information. We propose a method for photo-sequencing -- temporally ordering a set of still images taken asynchronously by a set of uncalibrated cameras. Photo-sequencing is an essential tool in analyzing (or visualizing) a dynamic scene captured by still images. We demonstrate successful photo sequencing on several challenging collections of images taken using a number of mobile phones.
This is a joint work with Tali Basha and Shai Avidan from TAU.
A short Bio:
Yael Moses received a Ph.D. in computer science from the Weizmann Institute, Israel. She is currently a senior lecturer in the Eﬁ Arazi School of Computer Science at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), Herzliya. Her early work concentrated on theoretical aspects of object recognition. Recently, she has been focusing on various aspects of multi-camera systems and distributed computer vision.