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June 20, 2022, 1:13 a.m. | Henning U. Voss

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A simple motion amplification algorithm suitable for real-time applications
on mobile devices is presented. It is based on motion enhancement by moving
average differencing (MEMAD), a temporal high-pass filter for video streams.
MEMAD can amplify small moving objects or subtle motion in larger objects. It
is computationally sufficiently simple to be implemented in real time on
smartphones. In the specific implementation as an Android phone app, MEMAD is
demonstrated on examples chosen such as to motivate applications in the
engineering, …

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