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27 March 2019 Extracting multi-view images from multi-focused plenoptic camera
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Proceedings Volume 11050, International Forum on Medical Imaging in Asia 2019; 1105006 (2019) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2521355
Event: 2019 Joint International Workshop on Advanced Image Technology (IWAIT) and International Forum on Medical Imaging in Asia (IFMIA), 2019, Singapore, Singapore
Abstract
A multi-focused plenoptic camera is a powerful device that can capture a light field (LF), which is interpreted as a set of dense multi-view images. The camera has potential ability such that we can obtain LFs with high spatial/view resolutions and deep depth-of-field. To extract multi-view images, we need a sophisticated rendering process due to the complicated optical system of such cameras. However, there are few researches on this topic, and the only available rendering software to the best of our knowledge could not work well for some camera configurations. We therefore propose an improved rendering method and release our rendering software. Our software can extract multi-view images from a multi-focused plenoptic camera with higher quality than the previous one and work for various camera configurations.
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Shu Fujita, Sho Mikawa, Mehrdad Panahpourtehrani, Keita Takahashi, and Toshiaki Fujii "Extracting multi-view images from multi-focused plenoptic camera", Proc. SPIE 11050, International Forum on Medical Imaging in Asia 2019, 1105006 (27 March 2019); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2521355
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