“A Low-Cost, Portable Light Field Capture Device” by Yang, Lee, Isaksen and McMillan

  • ©Jason C. Yang, Charles Lee, Aaron Isaksen, and Leonard McMillan



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    A Low-Cost, Portable Light Field Capture Device

Session/Category Title:   Image-Based Rendering



    The cost of digitizing light fields of real-world scenes is prohibitive for most image-based rendering researchers. This sketch describes how to build a low-cost portable light-field camera.


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