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Author(s):

Manakov, Alkhazur
Restrepo, John F.
Klehm, Oliver
Hegedüs, Ramon
Eisemann, Elmar
Seidel, Hans-Peter
Ihrke, Ivo

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Not MPG Author(s):

Manakov, Alkhazur
Restrepo, John F.
Eisemann, Elmar
Ihrke, Ivo

BibTeX cite key*:

Manakov2013

Title

Title*:

A Reconfigurable Camera Add-on for High Dynamic Range, Multi-Spectral, Polarization, and Light-Field Imaging

Journal

Journal Title*:

ACM Trans. Graph. (Proc. ACM SIGGRAPH 2013)

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for the article:

http://resources.mpi-inf.mpg.de/KaleidoCam/files/KaleidoCamera-Manakov2013.pdf

Language:

English

Publisher

Publisher's
Name:

ACM

Publisher's URL:

http://www.acm.org/

Publisher's
Address:

New York, NY, USA

ISSN:

0730-0301

Vol, No, pp, Date

Volume*:

32

Number:

4

Publishing Date:

2013

Pages*:

47:1-47:14

Number of
VG Pages:

14

Page Start:


Page End:


Sequence Number:


DOI:

10.1145/2461912.2461937

Note, Abstract, ©

Note:

We propose a non-permanent add-on that enables plenoptic imaging with standard cameras. Our design is based on a physical copying mechanism that multiplies a sensor image into a number of identical copies that still carry the plenoptic information of interest. Via different optical filters, we can then recover the desired information. A minor modification of the design also allows for aperture sub-sampling and, hence, light-field imaging. As the filters in our design are exchangeable, a reconfiguration for different imaging purposes is possible. We show in a prototype setup that high dynamic range, multispectral, polarization, and light-field imaging can be achieved with our design.

(LaTeX) Abstract:

We propose a non-permanent add-on that enables plenoptic imaging with standard cameras. Our design is based on a physical copying mechanism that multiplies a sensor image into a number of identical copies that still carry the plenoptic information of interest. Via different optical filters, we can then recover the desired information. A minor modification of the design also allows for aperture sub-sampling and, hence, light-field imaging. As the filters in our design are exchangeable, a reconfiguration for different imaging purposes is possible. We show in a prototype setup that high dynamic range, multispectral, polarization, and light-field imaging can be achieved with our design.

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Categories,
Keywords:

computational optics, computational photography

HyperLinks / References / URLs:

http://resources.mpi-inf.mpg.de/KaleidoCam/

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Correlation

MPG Unit:

Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik



MPG Subunit:

Computer Graphics Group

Audience:

experts only

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BibTeX Entry:

@ARTICLE{Manakov2013,
AUTHOR = {Manakov, Alkhazur and Restrepo, John F. and Klehm, Oliver and Heged{\"u}s, Ramon and Eisemann, Elmar and Seidel, Hans-Peter and Ihrke, Ivo},
TITLE = {A Reconfigurable Camera Add-on for High Dynamic Range, Multi-Spectral, Polarization, and Light-Field Imaging},
JOURNAL = {ACM Trans. Graph. (Proc. ACM SIGGRAPH 2013)},
PUBLISHER = {ACM},
YEAR = {2013},
NUMBER = {4},
VOLUME = {32},
PAGES = {47:1--47:14},
ADDRESS = {New York, NY, USA},
ISBN = {0730-0301},
DOI = {10.1145/2461912.2461937},
NOTE = {We propose a non-permanent add-on that enables plenoptic imaging with standard cameras. Our design is based on a physical copying mechanism that multiplies a sensor image into a number of identical copies that still carry the plenoptic information of interest. Via different optical filters, we can then recover the desired information. A minor modification of the design also allows for aperture sub-sampling and, hence, light-field imaging. As the filters in our design are exchangeable, a reconfiguration for different imaging purposes is possible. We show in a prototype setup that high dynamic range, multispectral, polarization, and light-field imaging can be achieved with our design.},
}


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