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Hybrid Auto-Focusing System Using Dual Pixel-Type CMOS Sensor With Contrast Detection Algorithm

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Abstract

This paper presents a hybrid auto-focusing system combining two passive methods. The proposed method measures a phase difference using dual pixel-type sensor with black masks, and detects the maximum contrast using multi-scale Laplacian of Gaussian filter.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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