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The lateral resolution predicted by the SPC model agrees with the results from the more complex wave optics model better than both the ray based model and our previously proposed lateral resolution operator. Three-dimensional imaging, visualization, and display Conference papers and proceedings.

Martinez-Corral, Manuel

Adult education Holography Three-dimensional display systems Three-dimensional knstrumentos. Tunable optometrifos resolution in confocal scanning microscopy by controlled symmetrical defocusing 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide.

The depth of field of these systems is mainly limited by the numerical aperture of each lenslet of the microlens array.

This work demonstrates the capability of our previously proposed sampling pattern cube SPC model to extract the lateral resolution for plenoptic capturing systems. This operator utilizes focal properties of the capturing system as well as the geometrical distribution of the light containers which are the elements in the SPC model.



optoometricos Topographical reconstructions with enhanced depth of field of a 3D scene are presented to support our proposal. This agreement strengthens the conclusion that the SPC fills the gap between ray-based models and the real system performance, by including the focal information of the system as a model parameter.

Investigating the lateral resolution in a plenoptic capturing system using the SPC model by CA; United States; 4 February through 6 February ; Code Digital Photography IX; Burlingame 1 edition published in in English and held by insrrumentos WorldCat member library worldwide Complex multidimensional capturing setups such as plenoptic cameras PC introduce a trade-off between various system properties.

The SPC carries both ray information as well as focal properties optometicos the capturing system it models.

Nonlinear delayed fluorescence in confocal scanning microscopy: A digital method has been developed to increase the depth of field of Integral Imaging systems in the reconstruction stage. Spanish opyometricos English 8. By means of the disparity map of each elemental image, it is possible to classify the objects of the scene according to their distance from the microlenses and apply a selective deconvolution for each instrmentos of the scene.

Consequently, established capturing properties, like image resolution, need to be described thoroughly for these systems.


Martinez-Corral, Manuel [WorldCat Identities]

Therefore models and metrics that assist exploring and formulating this trade-off are highly beneficial for studying as well as designing of complex capturing systems. Most widely held works by Manuel Martinez-Corral.

The SPC is proven a instrujentos yet efficient model for extracting the lateral resolution as a high-level property of complex plenoptic capturing systems. We have validated the lateral resolution operator for different capturing setups by comparing the results with those from Monte Carlo numerical simulations based on the wave optics model.

Phase pupil filters for improvement of opometricos axial resolution in confocal scanning microscopy 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide.

Special issue on three-dimensional displays and visualization Book 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide. The proposed operator extracts the lateral resolution from the SPC model throughout an arbitrary number of depth planes giving a depth-resolution profile.