Multi-aperture foveated imaging.

  title={Multi-aperture foveated imaging.},
  author={G. Carles and Shouqian Chen and N. Bustin and J. Downing and D. McCall and A. Wood and A. Harvey},
  journal={Optics letters},
  volume={41 8},
  • G. Carles, Shouqian Chen, +4 authors A. Harvey
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine, Physics
  • Optics letters
  • Foveated imaging, such as that evolved by biological systems to provide high angular resolution with a reduced space-bandwidth product, also offers advantages for man-made task-specific imaging. Foveated imaging systems using exclusively optical distortion are complex, bulky, and high cost, however. We demonstrate foveated imaging using a planar array of identical cameras combined with a prism array and superresolution reconstruction of a mosaicked image with a foveal variation in angular… CONTINUE READING

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