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5 May 2017 Multi-aperture approach to digital color night vision
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Color night vision is a high priority for the defense community. The successful achievement of seeing color images in extremely low light is also of high commercial value for use in a range of degraded visual conditions or as a vision aid for sight impaired users. Creative MicroSystems has been working on a digital night vision system using a multiaperture approach that enables video rate color night vision. The approach produces increased operational performance, a substantial cost reduction and uses enhanced computed vision algorithms running on commercial off-the-shelf processors. Early systems have achieved color imaging in moonless night conditions in a very compact form factor.
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Eric M. Gallo, Jessica M. Lindle, Michael A. Strauss, and William P. Parker "Multi-aperture approach to digital color night vision", Proc. SPIE 10197, Degraded Environments: Sensing, Processing, and Display 2017, 101970L (5 May 2017);


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