Structured light field 3D imaging
In this paper, we propose a method by means of light field imaging under structured illumination to deal with high dynamic range 3D imaging. Fringe patterns are projected onto a scene and modulated by the scene depth then a structured light field is detected using light field recording devices. The structured light field contains information about ray direction and phase-encoded depth, via which the scene depth can be estimated from different directions. The multidirectional depth estimation can achieve high dynamic 3D imaging effectively. We analyzed and derived the phase-depth mapping in the structured light field and then proposed a flexible ray-based calibration approach to determine the independent mapping coefficients for each ray. Experimental results demonstrated the validity of the proposed method to perform high-quality 3D imaging for highly and lowly reflective surfaces.
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Yin, Yongkai; Li, Ameng; Cai, Zewei; Wu, Jiachen; Liu, Xiaoli; Peng, Xiang; Gao, Bruce Z. (2016), "Structured light field 3D imaging", figshare Academic Research System, doi: 10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3766157.v1