Computational Cameras: Approaches, Benefits and Limits

A computational camera uses a combination of optics and software to produce images that cannot be taken with traditional cameras. In the last decade, computational imaging has emerged as a vibrant field of research. A wide variety of computational cameras have been demonstrated - some designed to achieve new imaging functionalities, and others to reduce the complexity of traditional imaging.

Provided by: Columbia University Topic: Hardware Date Added: Jan 2011 Format: PDF

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