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Lecture 16: Light Field Cameras (109)

I was wondering if there was a mathematical way to compute the amount of adjustment needed or if the adjustment uses a heuristic of "boundary precision" to stop correcting once the demarcation between lines was the most clear


Ren's paper here gives a technique for adjustment by "digitally re-sorting aberrated rays to where they should have terminated" using the additional information provided by the light field camera. I'm not sure how'd you go about adjusting without this information however--a boundary precision heuristic does seem the most intuitive.

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