Light Field Blind Motion Deblurring: CVPR 2017 Paper 1572 Supplementary Material

Synthetically-Blurred Results

Sharp 4D Light Field
Motion-Blurred Light Field
Ours
Krishnan et al. (2011)
Pan et al. (2014)
Synthetic 3D Camera Motion
Estimated 3D Camera Motion
light field RMSE=0.0251
light field RMSE=0.1224
light field RMSE=0.1555
path RMSE=0.2876 mm


Sharp 4D Light Field
Motion-Blurred Light Field
Ours
Krishnan et al. (2011)
Pan et al. (2014)
Synthetic 3D Camera Motion
Estimated 3D Camera Motion
light field RMSE=0.0309
light field RMSE=0.1534
light field RMSE=0.2099
path RMSE=0.1677 mm


Sharp 4D Light Field
Motion-Blurred Light Field
Ours
Krishnan et al. (2011)
Pan et al. (2014)
Synthetic 3D Camera Motion
Estimated 3D Camera Motion
light field RMSE=0.0218
light field RMSE=0.0986
light field RMSE=0.1220
path RMSE=0.0491 mm


Sharp 4D Light Field
Motion-Blurred Light Field
Ours
Krishnan et al. (2011)
Pan et al. (2014)
Synthetic 3D Camera Motion
Estimated 3D Camera Motion
light field RMSE=0.0175
light field RMSE=0.0645
light field RMSE=0.0919
path RMSE=0.4044 mm


Sharp 4D Light Field
Motion-Blurred Light Field
Ours
Krishnan et al. (2011)
Pan et al. (2014)
Synthetic 3D Camera Motion
Estimated 3D Camera Motion
light field RMSE=0.0269
light field RMSE=0.1192
light field RMSE=0.1812
path RMSE=0.1907 mm




Real Handheld Results

Motion-Blurred Light Field
Ours
Krishnan et al. (2011)
Pan et al. (2014)
Estimated 3D Camera Motion


Motion-Blurred Light Field
Ours
Krishnan et al. (2011)
Pan et al. (2014)
Estimated 3D Camera Motion


Motion-Blurred Light Field
Ours
Krishnan et al. (2011)
Pan et al. (2014)
Estimated 3D Camera Motion


Motion-Blurred Light Field
Ours
Krishnan et al. (2011)
Pan et al. (2014)
Estimated 3D Camera Motion


Motion-Blurred Light Field
Ours
Krishnan et al. (2011)
Pan et al. (2014)
Estimated 3D Camera Motion


Motion-Blurred Light Field
Ours
Krishnan et al. (2011)
Pan et al. (2014)
Estimated 3D Camera Motion




Real Camera Motion Paths (Light Fields of an Array of Point Sources)

We find that typical camera motion paths can be represented by quadratic or cubic B├ęzier curves, as demonstrated below by the handheld motion-blurred light fields of an array of point sources.

1/40 Second Exposure
1/30 Second Exposure
1/20 Second Exposure
1/15 Second Exposure
1/10 Second Exposure
1/5 Second Exposure