Efficient and Scene-Adaptive Capture of Focal Stacks

@inproceedings{Vaquero2010EfficientAS,
  title={Efficient and Scene-Adaptive Capture of Focal Stacks},
  author={Daniel Vaquero and Matthew Turk and Natasha Gelfand and Marius Tico},
  year={2010}
}
All-in-focus imaging is a computational photography technique that produces images free of defocus blur by capturing a stack of images focused at different distances and merging them into a single sharp result. Current approaches assume that images have been captured offline, and that a reasonably powerful computer is available to process them. In contrast, we focus on the problem of how to capture such input stacks in an efficient and scene-adaptive fashion. Inspired by passive autofocus… CONTINUE READING