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Resolution Enhanced Computational Integral Imaging Reconstruction by Using Boundary Folding Mirrors
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 Title & Authors
Resolution Enhanced Computational Integral Imaging Reconstruction by Using Boundary Folding Mirrors
Piao, Yongri; Xing, Luyan; Zhang, Miao; Lee, Min-Chul;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we present a resolution-enhanced computational integral imaging reconstruction method by using boundary folding mirrors. In the proposed method, to improve the resolution of the computationally reconstructed 3D images, the direct and reflected light information of the 3D objects through a lenslet array with boundary folding mirrors is recorded as a combined elemental image array. Then, the ray tracing method is employed to synthesize the regular elemental image array by using a combined elemental image array. From the experimental results, we can verify that the proposed method can improve the visual quality of the computationally reconstructed 3D images.
 Keywords
Integral imaging;Elemental images;Resolution enhancement;
 Language
English
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