Large-Scale Light Field Capture and Reconstruction (2020)
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This thesis discusses approaches and techniques to convert Sparsely-Sampled Light Fields (SSLFs) into Densely-Sampled Light Fields (DSLFs), which can be used for visualization on 3DTV and Virtual Reality (VR) devices. Exemplarily, a movable 1D large-scale light field acquisition system for capturing SSLFs in real-world environments is evaluated. This system consists of 24 sparsely placed RGB cameras and two Kinect V2 sensors. The real-world SSLF data captured with this setup can be leveraged to reconstruct real-world DSLFs. To this end, three challenging problems require to be solved for this system: (i) how to estimate the rigid transformation from the coordinate system of a Kinect V2 to the coordinate system of an RGB camera; (ii) how to ... toggle 8 keywordscamera calibration – sparsely-sampled light field acquisition – densely-sampled light field reconstruction – light ﬁeld angular super-resolution – novel view synthesis – epipolar-plane image inpainting – shearlet transform – self-supervised learning
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