Synthetic aperture confocal imaging

@article{Levoy2004SyntheticAC,
  title={Synthetic aperture confocal imaging},
  author={Marc Levoy and Billy Chen and Vaibhav Vaish and Mark Horowitz and Ian McDowall and Mark T. Bolas},
  journal={ACM Trans. Graph.},
  year={2004},
  volume={23},
  pages={825-834}
}
Confocal microscopy is a family of imaging techniques that employ focused patterned illumination and synchronized imaging to create cross-sectional views of 3D biological specimens. In this paper, we adapt confocal imaging to large-scale scenes by replacing the optical apertures used in microscopy with arrays of real or virtual video projectors and cameras. Our prototype implementation uses a video projector, a camera, and an array of mirrors. Using this implementation, we explore confocal… CONTINUE READING
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