Time-of-Flight (TOF) cameras relate to a very recent and growing technology which has already proved to be useful for computer vision tasks. In this paper we investigate on the use of a TOF camera to perform video-based graffiti detection, which can be thought of as a monitoring system able to detect acts of vandalism such as dirtying, etching and defacing walls and objects surfaces. Experimental results show promising capabilities of the proposed approach, with improvements expected as the technology gets more mature.

Graffiti Detection Using a Time-Of-Flight Camera

TOMBARI, FEDERICO;DI STEFANO, LUIGI;MATTOCCIA, STEFANO;
2008

Abstract

Time-of-Flight (TOF) cameras relate to a very recent and growing technology which has already proved to be useful for computer vision tasks. In this paper we investigate on the use of a TOF camera to perform video-based graffiti detection, which can be thought of as a monitoring system able to detect acts of vandalism such as dirtying, etching and defacing walls and objects surfaces. Experimental results show promising capabilities of the proposed approach, with improvements expected as the technology gets more mature.
Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems, Lecture Notes on Computer Science, LNCS 5259
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F. Tombari; L. Di Stefano; S. Mattoccia; A. Zanetti
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