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Lecture 16: Light Field Cameras (50)

Online, I found this pretty cool demo of sub-aperture images as a result of a plenoptic camera. Here, you can play around with optical and triangular parameters to get some interesting estimation results:


By changing (u, v) coordinates and keeping (x, y) fixed, we can shift perspective - is this the correct understanding?


@hershg, yes! because the pixels are at slightly different locations on the lens, it's equivalent to moving 1 pinhole camera's lens slightly and getting a different picture.

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