Exploiting DLP Illumination Dithering for Reconstruction and Photography of High-Speed Scenes

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In this work, we recover fast moving scenes by exploiting the high-speed illumination “dithering” of cheap and easily available digital light processing (DLP) projectors. We first show how to reverse-engineer the temporal dithering for off-the-shelf projectors, using a high-speed camera. DLP dithering can produce temporal patterns commonly used in active… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11263-011-0454-y

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@article{Koppal2011ExploitingDI, title={Exploiting DLP Illumination Dithering for Reconstruction and Photography of High-Speed Scenes}, author={Sanjeev J. Koppal and Shuntaro Yamazaki and Srinivasa G. Narasimhan}, journal={International Journal of Computer Vision}, year={2011}, volume={96}, pages={125-144} }