optical flow An image in which the color of a pixel represents the motion occurring at that location in the image. An optical flow field is the instantaneous velocity vector field for an image of a moving environment. From operations on local velocity contours it is possible to deduce the movements of objects in the image and the general relative movement of the observer. See also active vision.
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