“All in-focus light field live with thousands of lenslets” by Ha, Kojima, Takahashi and Naemura

  • ©Jonghyun Ha, Masaru Kojima, Keita Takahashi, and Takeshi Naemura




    All in-focus light field live with thousands of lenslets



    The authors’ group has proposed a 3D live video system named LIFLET (Light Field Live with Thousands of Lenslets) [Yamamoto et al. 2004]. It captures multi-viewpoint images of a 3D dynamic scene with a single camera through thousands of lenslets, and synthesizes arbitrary views of the scene in real time. We have also proposed a method which generates all in-focus views at arbitrary viewpoints from a light field captured by a camera array [Takahashi and Naemura 2004]. In this paper, we introduce an advanced system of LIFLET by combining the above two works. We call it “All in-Focus LIFLET.”


    1. Chai, J.-X., Chany, S.-C., Shum, H.-Y., and Tong, X. 2000. Plenoptic sampling. Proc. ACM SIGGRAPH (July), 307–318.
    2. Takahashi, K., and Naemura, T., 2004. All in-focus light field viewer. ACM SIGGRAPH 2004 Posters, #48, August.
    3. Yamamoto, T., Kojima, M., and Naemura, T., 2004. Liflet: Light field live with thousands of lenslets. ACM SIGGRAPH 2004 Emerging Technologies, #0130, August.

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