From drones to handheld devices, the rising demand for video cameras has made them ubiquitous, constantly driving down size and cost while pushing up resolution and overall quality. One of the main challenges in this field is stabilizing the image to generate clear, smooth footage. In this post, I would like to discuss the challenges that stabilization poses, and the pros and cons of existing solutions. I’ll also give a brief technical overview of CEVA’s software-based stabilization solution here.
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Figure 1. Drone with a camera connected to a gimbal (source: Pixabay)
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