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Light field camera resolution evaluations

Part of the Forensics Science Data Collection
Contact: Peter Bajcsy..
Identifier: doi:10.18434/T4/1502498
Version: 1.0...


Evaluation of Lateral and Depth Resolutions of Light Field Cameras: Light field cameras have the potential of becoming inexpensive and portable 3D imaging instruments. However, the suitability of this camera to a specific application depends on resolution requirements. This data set was collected to assess the image resolution of light field cameras during acquisition configurations similar to the ones encountered by forensic photographers at crime scenes. Examples of 3D crime scene objects include tire tread and shoe imprints in substances like mud or snow. More information about the acquisition is provided at The data are available for assessing resolution parameters for other applications of light field cameras at
Research Topics: Electronics:Sensors, Information Technology:Data and informatics, Metrology:Dimensional metrology, Information Technology:Computational science, Forensics:Digital and multimedia evidence    
Forensics Research Topics: Digital and multimedia evidence    
Subject Keywords: light field cameras, resolution; Lytro cameras, plenoptic cameras    

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Version: 1.0...
This dataset is part of the Forensics Science Data Collection.
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Peter Bajcsy (2018), Light field camera resolution evaluations, National Institute of Standards and Technology, (Accessed 2024-07-15)
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