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Extended depth-of-field in superresolved image reconstruction on a compound-eye camera

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We present a technique to acquire an all-in-focus superresolved image using a compound-eye camera without depth estimation. The depth-of-field in image reconstruction is extended by computational emulation of phase-modulation imaging.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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