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Natural compound eyes combine small eye volumes with a large field of view at the cost of comparatively low spatial resolution. For small invertebrates such as flies or moths, compound eyes are the perfectly adapted solution to obtaining sufficient visual information about their environment without overloading their brains with the necessary image(More)
Figure 1: From left to right-(a) The PiCam Camera Array Module (b) Raw 4×4 array images each 1000×750 pixels (c) Parallax corrected and superresolved high resolution 8MP Image; (d) A high resolution filtered 8MP depth map Abstract We present PiCam (Pelican Imaging Camera-Array), an ultra-thin high performance monolithic camera array, that captures light(More)
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