JAN OLAF GAUDESTAD
WFPI is based on registering the intensity distribution at two different optical planes using two conventional imaging sensors while acquiring two images with the exact same field of view.
Light-field imaging is an imaging technology that produces images conceivable to alter the focus in an existing picture. Contradicted to conventional pictures, all the ranges in an image shot with a light field camera can be focused to create a specific detail more honed or any portion of an obvious region.
We have talked about XR and the reality-virtuality continuum, so now that we already know VR, it is the turn for “what can we do in VR?”. From XR to VR. Light field projections could be a solution.
Light field technology developer Wooptix® is partnering with optical component developer poLight® to enable a significant advancement in the capabilities of light field-based camera systems suitable for portable device such as smartphones, laptops, tablets, wearables and more.
Before talking about the advantages of light field images applied to social networks, I would like to specify a little what is understood by light field (LF) image from my graphic designer point of view.
Ocular optics is normally estimated based on 2,600 measurement points within the pupil of the eye, which implies a lateral resolution of approximately 175 microns for a 9 mm pupil diameter.
3D photography is not usually enjoyed by everyone. I explored what are the possibilities of capturing and displaying stereoscopic images without the need for specific hardware with interesting results.
Let start with Virtual reality. This term is far from being new to us, it has been with us since 1938, and it was really popularized in the 80 decades. As we have already defined reality in our last post, we should only answer. what is Virtual?
JAN OLAF GAUDESTAD
The SEMI International Standards Program is a key service that brings together the global semiconductor equipment makers and the device makers.
While we have grown accustomed to reading about AR, are we capable of defining it? We have some clear images of what constitutes AR, but, are we even sure what is not considered AR?