Video-rate computational super-resolution and integral imaging at longwave-infrared wavelengths
Published on 2018-09-12T14:35:03Z (GMT) by
We report the first computational super-resolution imaging using a camera array at longwave infrared wavelengths combined with the first demonstration of video-rate multi-camera integral imaging at these wavelengths. We employ an array of synchronized FLIR Lepton cameras to record video-rate data that enables light-field imaging capabilities, such as 3D imaging and recognition of partially obscured objects, while also providing a four-fold increase in effective pixel count. This approach to high-resolution imaging enables a fundamental reduction in the track length and volume of LWIR imaging systems, while also enabling use of low-cost lens materials.
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Preciado, Miguel; Harvey, Andrew; Carles, Guillem (2018): Video-rate computational super-resolution and integral imaging at longwave-infrared wavelengths. The Optical Society. Collection.