Mobile Terminal Video Image Fuzzy Feature Extraction Simulation Based on SURF Virtual Reality Technology
PubDate: August 2020
Teams: Fuyang Normal University
Writers: Yingying Feng
Extracting the fuzzy feature of the mobile video image can effectively improve the low illumination image quality. Traditional methods are used to construct fuzzy feature indexes of mobile terminal video images, and the detailed information of video images is divided, but the bidirectional matching of feature points is ignored, which leads to low extraction accuracy. Therefore, this paper proposes a method for extracting fuzzy features of mobile terminal video images based on SURF-based virtual reality technology. First, perform video image grayscale extraction on the input mobile terminal video image, and detect the closed area in the mobile terminal video image as the radiation invariant area of the terminal video image. Secondly, Hessian matrix is used to detect the feature points of the image, and the non-maximum suppression method and interpolation operation are used to find and locate the extreme value points. Then, the main direction of feature points was determined, and SURF description operator was used for matching to obtain initial matching point pairs. Finally, the obtained fuzzy feature one-way matching result of the video image is matched in two directions, the closest distance ratio is used to match the feature points, and the full constraint condition is used to filter out the wrong matching point pairs, thereby completing the mobile terminal video image fuzzy feature extraction. The experimental results show that the proposed algorithm is effective in feature extraction and matching, stability and speed. The misrecognition rate of the algorithm in this paper is 0.101, and the time used is only 0.41 s, which fully meets the real-time requirements.