Phytotyping(4D) : a light-field imaging system for non-invasive and accurate monitoring of spatio-temporal plant growth.

@article{Apelt2015Phytotyping4DA,
  title={Phytotyping(4D) : a light-field imaging system for non-invasive and accurate monitoring of spatio-temporal plant growth.},
  author={Federico Apelt and David Breuer and Zoran Nikoloski and Mark Stitt and Friedrich Kragler},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={82 4},
  pages={693-706}
}
Integrative studies of plant growth require spatially and temporally resolved information from high-throughput imaging systems. However, analysis and interpretation of conventional two-dimensional images is complicated by the three-dimensional nature of shoot architecture and by changes in leaf position over time, termed hyponasty. To solve this problem, Phytotyping(4D) uses a light-field camera that simultaneously provides a focus image and a depth image, which contains distance information… CONTINUE READING
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