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Using Focused Plenoptic Cameras for Rich Image Capture

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This approach uses a focused plenoptic camera to capture the plenoptic function's rich "non 3D" structure. It employs two techniques. The first simultaneously captures multiple exposures (or other aspects) based on a microlens array having an interleaved set of different filters. The second places multiple filters at the main lens aperture.

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Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 1 )