Development of All-Around View Image Processing Method for Approaching Vehicle Using Dual Adaptive Camera System 2011-01-0598
Advances in image processing and display technology have been increased interesting in using camera-based systems for all around view vision system especially for all rear-vision functions. The camera-based system is raised the possibility gain of providing driver with wide fields of view than conventional rear view mirrors such as eliminate blind spot area and reduce this sense of incongruity associated with perceiving vehicle movement. This paper presents a development of adaptive camera adopted to improve the image quality of the all-around view system. The all-around view or wide view images are analyzed and synthesized to create a single image seen from a virtual perspective overhead vehicle camera by image processing methods and display in a real view image as closed as possible. The prototype of system hardware architecture and it simulation results can be executed and provide them to the driver display on LCD panel that can be effective all around view vision than a conventional rear view mirror system.