2016
DOI: 10.1364/boe.8.000260
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Abstract: We present a light field digital otoscope designed to measure three-dimensional shape of the tympanic membrane. This paper describes the optical and anatomical considerations we used to develop the prototype, along with the simulation and experimental measurements of vignetting, field curvature, and lateral resolution. Using an experimental evaluation procedure, we have determined depth accuracy and depth precision of our system to be 0.05-0.07 mm and 0.21-0.44 mm, respectively. To demonstrate the application … Show more

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“…In addition, many other fields can benefit from light field imaging techniques. For instance, microscopy [56], vision-based robot control [57], and bio-medicine tools such as otoscope [58].…”
Section: : (A) Hdr Video Camera Developed In Collaboration Between Spmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition, many other fields can benefit from light field imaging techniques. For instance, microscopy [56], vision-based robot control [57], and bio-medicine tools such as otoscope [58].…”
Section: : (A) Hdr Video Camera Developed In Collaboration Between Spmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The presented framework provides answers and generic solutions to a question a researcher raised in a forum [12] and received recommendations from peers, indicating demands and potentials for future projects. Research directions that may benefit from this software include experimental photography [11], cinematography [13] or scientific fields ranging from volumetric fluid particle flow [14] to the many kinds of clinical studies [1,2,3,4].…”
Section: Impactmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Compared to traditional photography which acquire a single image focused at a given depth, plenoptic cameras allow processing of the LF after the acquisition, leading to some new applications such as refocusing, changing viewpoint, synthetic aperture, and even 3D reconstruction of the scene. Light-Field imaging has been mainly studied for applications in the visible light such as in photography, in object recognition and in microscopy 1,2,3 . Different kinds of Light-Field cameras have been developed 4,5,6 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%