Matti and I just published two tutorials on Instructables.
The first introduces the field of Computational Photography, and motivates the project.
The second shows you how to simulate our Large Light Field Camera Array with a single camera
Excellent, you guys are doing some good work! Thank you for sharing your software, I played around trying to capture lightfields a while ago but lost a bit of interest when I couldn’t get the stanford software to work.
now i’m getting useful results from those old images using your LFtextures!
keep up the good work
Pete, glad to hear from you! Please share any results you get, we’d love to see what you’re doing. I see you have a pinhole array camera to play with… cool stuff.
not much yet but stuck an example up on flickr.
I now know that I was on the right track before, might be time to get back on it!
also a couple of other captures from the pinhole array, biggest problem was variation in pinhole diameter giving inconsistent exposures.
Totally awesome. And so perfectly tied in with the Sokolov work posted on this site. Thanks for sharing… mind if we do a post on your pinhole experiments sometime?
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