Three-Dimensional Visualization of Objects in Turbid Water Using Integral Imaging

  title={Three-Dimensional Visualization of Objects in Turbid Water Using Integral Imaging},
  author={Myungjin Cho and Bahram Javidi},
  journal={Journal of Display Technology},
In this paper, we demonstrate three-dimensional (3D) visualization of objects in turbid water. The sensing is performed by integral imaging. Multi-perspectives images are degraded due to light scattering and are treated by statistical image processing and computational 3D reconstruction algorithms to remedy the effects of scattering and to visualize the 3D scene. Reconstruction distances and underwater elemental images are calculated according to Snell's law. To the best of our knowledge, this… CONTINUE READING


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