Meeting the needs of image and video analysis community
                                           Haze Removal

A software developed by Image Fusion Systems Research  removes haze from images, enhancing details. An example is given below.
Image (a) shows a hazy image and image (b) shows the image after haze removal. An interactive interface makes it possible to remove
haze locally through a circular window. The size of the window and its location can be interactively changed with the motion of the mouse.
Haze removal is automatic when applied to an entire image as shown in (b). Automatic haze removal creates an image by maximizing
entropy, ensuring that maximum information is delivered to the viewer. Use this software to remove haze from your photographs. For
additional information see the
Haze Removal page or contact cs@imgfsr.com.





















(a) A hazy image and local haze removal.  (b) Automatic haze removal. The double-window interface makes it possible to compare the
haze-removed image with the original image.













                Multi-focus and Multi-exposure Image Fusion

It is often not  possible to capture an image that is well exposed and well focused everywhere. Lighting across the scene can vary, making
some image areas too dark or too bright. Also, due to the 3-D structure of the scene, only parts of the scene near the focus plane  appear
sharp. To produce an image that is well exposed and well focused everywhere, a number of images at different focus levels and  exposure
levels may be obtained and combined into a single well-focused and well-exposed image. The images are combined in such a way to
maximize entropy, ensuring that the created image contains more information than any other image obtained from the same set of images.
An example demonstrating creation of a well-exposed image from five images obtained at different exposures of an office scene is given
below.


























Fusion of multi-focus images by this software is demonstrated below. Image (c) is obtained by combining images (a) and (b).















Image fusion methods assume that the images to be fused are spatially aligned. Often, captured images are not aligned, especially when
they are obtained by a hand-held camera or by different cameras. A version of this software that aligns the images before fusing them has
been developed. An example of this software is given below. Plates (a) - (d) show images obtained at different exposures of an outdoor
scene. These images are slightly shifted with respect to each other due to camera motion. Plate (e) shows fusion of images (a) - (d) without
alignment and plate  (f) shows fusion of the images with alignment. For additional examples of the combined image alignment and fusion,
visit the
Combined Image Registration and Fusion page.
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                                        Image Registration

Often there is a need to compare two images to measure their similarities/differences. A software developed by Image Fusion Systems
Research
registers (spatially aligns) the images to make it possible to compare two images of a scene. Plates (a) and (b) below show two
aerial images taken from slightly different views. By aligning the images at the background, it becomes possible to detect differences
between the images caused by motion of objects in the scene. Plate (c) shows alignment of the images. Image (a) is shown in light blue
while image (b) after coordinate transformation to register with image (a) is shown in red. Viewing image (c) with red-blue stereo glasses,
the 3-D structure of the scene becomes visible. Use this software to create stereo images from multi-view images, highlight scene changes
occurring between the times the images of a scene are obtained, or fuse information in multi-modality images into a single highly
informative image. For further information about this software visit the
Image Alignment/Registration page, or contact: cs@imgfsr.com
                                      (a)                                                                                                                         (b)
                                                                                                          (c)                                        
(a), (b) Aerial images taken from slightly different views. (c) Spatial alignment of the images. The combined image highlights differences
between the images.
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(a)                                                           (b)                                                            (c)                                                       (d)
                                                           (e)                                                                                                                             (f)    
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Other Software Products and Services
  1. All sales are final. To ensure a software meets your needs, please contact: cs@imgfsr.com
  2. A software license includes technical support for 3 months and upgrades for 1 year.
  3. Each software comes with a User's Guide, describing usage of the software.
  4. Software licenses are for usage on Windows PCs.
  5. Each software is stand-alone and runs interactively.
  6. Special orders to add new functions to a purchased software will be considered.
  7. For ordering and delivery questions, please contact: sales@imgfsr.com
  8. For technical support, please contact: ts@imgfsr.com
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(
ag@imgfsr.com).

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                                                                                     Image/Video Capture

This software detects USB cameras attached to your Windows PC, allows you to choose the desired camera, captures a single frame or a
video sequence, and displays or saves it in a file. It can also read an image or a video from a file and display it. Images can be in jpg, tif,
png, and other popular formats; and videos can be in avi format. The software allows specifying the dimensions of the image/video to be
captured and whether the image/video should be in color or gray scale. Use this software to take pictures and videos, view pictures and
videos captured earlier, or display live video from the built-in camera or a USB camera attached to your Windows PC.
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