A Fast and Stable Feature-Aware Motion Blur Filter


ACM SIGGRAPH/EuroGraphics High Performance Graphics 2014

Jean-Philippe Guertin, University of Montreal
Morgan McGuire, NVIDIA and Williams College
Derek Nowrouzezahrai, University of Montreal

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Abstract

High-quality motion blur is an increasingly important effect in interactive graphics however, even in the context of offline rendering, it is often approximated as a post process. Recent motion blur post-processes (e.g., [MHBO12, Sou13]) generate plausible results with interactive performance, however distracting artifacts still remain in the presence of e.g. overlapping motion or large- and fine-scale motion features. We address these artifacts with a more robust sampling and filtering scheme with only a small additional runtime cost. We render plausible, temporally-coherent motion blur on several complex animation sequences, all in under 2ms at a resolution 1280 x 720. Moreover, our filter is designed to integrate seamlessly with post-process anti-aliasing and depth of field.

BibTex


@inproceedings{Guertin2014MotionBlur,
  author = {Jean-Philippe Guertin and Morgan McGuire and Derek Nowrouzezahrai},
  title = {A Fast and Stable Feature-Aware Motion Blur Filter},
  month = {June},
  day = {24},
  year = {2014},
  pages = {10},
  booktitle = {HPG},
  publisher = {ACM/Eurographics},
  url = {http://graphics.cs.williams.edu/papers/MotionBlurHPG14}
}