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% d=PyramidalLKOpticalFlow(img1, img2, roi) 
% Computes the Lucas-Kanade optical flow using a gaussian pyramid. 
% The function builds a pyramid for images 1 and 2 and computes the flow 
% in each level, and using the flow an lower levels as initial estimates 
% for the flow in higher levels. The flow is computed as the displacement 
% from img2 to img1. 
% Inputs: 
% img1 - The source image. 
% img2 - The destination image. 
% roi  - A region in img1 in which the flow should be computed. 
% Outpus: 
% d - The computed affine transformation parameters 
function  d=PyramidalLKOpticalFlow(img1, img2, roi) 
roiSize = 1+roi(3:4)-roi(1:2); 
% Compute boundry for number of levels. We define two bounds. K<=6. In most 
% cases more than 6 levels is not needed => the image becomes too small. 
% Also, the roi at level k should not be too small. We define here that roi 
% should not become less than 4x4 pixels. 
% Since the size of the ROI at level k is Roiwidth/2^k we have 
% Roiwidth/2^k >= 4 => 2^k<=Roiwidth/4 => k<log2(Roiwidth/4) = 
% log2(Roiwidth)-2 
levels = min([floor(log2(min(roiSize))-2), 6]); 
% Compute Pyramids for image 1 and 2 
pyramid1 = GuassianPyramid(img1, levels); 
pyramid2 = GuassianPyramid(img2, levels); 
% Set d to an empty affine displacement transformation 
% Start with initial translation 0 at lowest pyramid 
for l=levels:-1:1 
  disp(sprintf('Computing optical flow at level %u', l)); 
  % Transform displacement to current level 
  % Compute current location of ROI 
  % Compute current size of ROI 
  % Make sure origin is at least 2 
  tl=max(tl, [2 2]); 
  br=min(tl+sz-1, size(pyramid1{l})-1); 
  % Compute displacement at current level 
  d=IterativeLKOpticalFlow(pyramid1{l}, pyramid2{l}, [tl br], d);