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Marc Levoy, Pat Hanrahan: Method and system for light field rendering. Board of Trustees Leland Stanford Jr University, Coudert Brothers, August 1, 2000: US06097394 (265 worldwide citation)

Described is a simple and robust method and system for generating new views from arbitrary camera positions without depth information or feature matching, simply by combining and resampling the available images. This technique interprets input images as two-dimensional slices of a four dimensional f ...


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Paul Lapstun: Near-eye light field display. May 8, 2018: US09965982

A near-eye light field display device for displaying a light field to at least one eye of a viewer, the device comprising an array of light field display elements, each display element adapted to display a time-varying light field view image, the display device configured to modulate the focus of th ...


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Paul Lapstun: Shuttered waveguide light field display. December 12, 2017: US09841563

A light field display device comprising at least one multiplexed light field display module, the multiplexed light field display module comprising a view image generator, a waveguide, and a set of shutters spatially distributed along the waveguide, the view image generator optically coupled to the w ...


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Paul Lapstun: Head-mounted light field display. January 2, 2018: US09860522

A head-mounted light field display device, the device comprising at least one multiplexed light field display module adapted to face an eye of a viewer wearing the device, the multiplexed light field display module comprising a light field view image generator and a waveguide with a set of shutters, ...


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Levoy Marc, Hanrahan Pat: Method and system for light field rendering. Board Of Trustees Leland Stanford Jr University, MINSK Alan D, November 5, 1998: WO/1998/049667

Described is a simple and robust technique for generating new views from arbitrary camera positions without depth information or feature matching, simply by combining and resampling available images. This technique interprets input images as two-dimensional slices of a four-dimensional function - th ...


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Light Field Display Device and Method. January 5, 2017: US20170004750-A1

The present invention provides a light field display device (300) comprising an array of light field display elements (310) populating a display surface, each display element (310) comprising: a beam generator (522) for generating an output beam of light; a radiance modulator (524) for modulating th ...


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Head-Mounted Light Field Display. July 27, 2017: US20170214907-A1

A head-mounted light field display device, the device comprising at least one multiplexed light field display module adapted to face an eye of a viewer wearing the device, the multiplexed light field display module comprising a light field view image generator and a waveguide with a set of shutters, ...


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Shuttered Waveguide Light Field Display. March 22, 2018: US20180084245-A1

A light field display device comprising at least one multiplexed light field display module, the multiplexed light field display module comprising a view image generator, a waveguide, and a set of shutters spatially distributed along the waveguide, the view image generator optically coupled to the w ...


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Methods and Systems for Light Field Compression With Residuals. December 6, 2018: US20180350038-A1

Methods and systems for light field compression are disclosed. According to some embodiments, the method receives pre-processing information that includes subimages associated with a scene. The method performs a first compression operation on the pre-processing information to generate reference info ...


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A PROCESS ALLOWING THE REMOVAL THROUGH DIGITAL REFOCUSING OF FIXED-PATTERN NOISE IN EFFECTIVE IMAGES FORMED BY ELECTROMAGNETIC SENSOR ARRAYS IN A LIGHT FIELD. December 20, 2018: US20180365806-A1

A process that allows the removal of fixed-pattern noise in effective images formed by electromagnetic sensor arrays in a light field, which includes at least the following steps: (a) The formation of a digital image from an electromagnetic sensor array; (b) the formation of a light field that must ...