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2009 IEEE International Conference on Computational Photography (ICCP)
Figure 1 . From left to right: Light field image captured with a plenoptic camera (detail); the light field image on the left is rearranged as a collection of several views; central view extracted from the light field, with one pixel per microlens, as in a traditional rendering ; central view superresolved with our method. Abstract Light field cameras have been recently shown to be very effective in applications such as digital refocusing and 3D reconstruction. In a single snapshot thesedoi:10.1109/iccphot.2009.5559010 fatcat:poppc7rhavbl3htqjwlg25hlki