“LIFLET: Light Field Live with Thousands of Lenslets” by Yamamoto, Kojima and Naemura

  • ©Tomoyuki Yamamoto, Masaru Kojima, and Takeshi Naemura

  • ©Tomoyuki Yamamoto, Masaru Kojima, and Takeshi Naemura

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    LIFLET: Light Field Live with Thousands of Lenslets

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    Introduction

    LIFLET, which stands for Light Field Live with Thousands of Lenslets, is a 3D live video system. This is not a 3D display technology, but a real-time image-based rendering system that is applicable for living things and complex reflection and refraction in the real world. Figure 1 shows examples of synthesized free-viewpoint images of real scenes.


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    NAEMURA, T., TAGO, J., AND HARASHIMA, H. 2002. Realtime video-based modeling and rendering of 3D scenes. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 22, 2, 66–73.

    YAMAMOTO, T., AND NAEMURA, T. 2004. Real-time capturing and interactive synthesis of 3D scenes using integral photography. In IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging 2004, Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XV, vol. 5291A.


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