Lecture 16: Light Field Cameras (23)
ioannis-vm

Here we can take a moment to appreciate the fact that a pixel is not a little square

herojelly

I remember from lecture that Prof Ren said that the hexagons are like individual images of what's on the lens in the camera. Why is it that so many of the hexagons on the left side of the image are more cream colored on the right but brown colored on the left, when in reality the cream colored background is to the left and the brown colored background is to the right?

zombieunipineapples

You get the illusion of the image shifting from staring at it long enough and changing your eye's focus.

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