Video and Image Processing Suite User Guide

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Date 9/29/2022
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24.2. About Image Warping

Generally, image warping involves a generic mapping between 2D input and 2D output images. The mapping may be purely arbitrary or may conform to some geometric function. For example, the geometry that describes the distortion introduced by a lens or display system. The required warp mappings are typically: forward and inverse mapping.
Figure 81. Forward MappingThe figure shows a forward mapping function T{U,V} that maps from the input space (U,V) to the output space (X,Y)
Figure 82. Inverse MappingThe figure shows the inverse mapping from the output space (X,Y) to the input space (U,V).

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