Key points identification in the HDR-images

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Pylyp’yuk V. V., Tsimer O. B. № 2 (51) 41-45 Image Image

The issue of identifying key points in the HDR-images has been analyzed. The issue includes image recognition, the panoramic parts of which should be connected. The method for creating of the panoramic images from the consecutively created HDR-images has been proposed. The advantage of this method is providing the highest level of quality of the panorama received. The SIFT algorithm features to determine the relevant items have been considered. Based on the algorithm the local image characteristics have been described and identified.

Keywords: key point, dynamic range, HDR-image, SIFT algorithm, local features, difference of Gaussian.

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