Generating Checkered Pattern Animations Using Inverse Iris Filter
AbstractA non-photorealistic rendering method that generates checkered pattern images, that is, grayscale photographic images with superimposed checkered patterns, using the inverse iris filter (hereinafter, "usual method") was previously proposed. In this paper, a method that generates checkered pattern animation from grayscale animation with inhibited flickering is proposed (hereinafter, "proposed checkered pattern animation"). The proposed method is an extension of the usual method and inhibits flickering by creating checkered pattern images and generating checkered pattern animation using frames immediately before and after. T assess the effectiveness of the proposed method, the usual and proposed checkered pattern animation are visually and quantitatively compared. The results verify that the proposed method can inhibit flickering of the checkered pattern animation relative to the usual method.
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