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Emulation of X-ray Light-Field Cameras

Abstract : X-ray plenoptic cameras acquire multi-view X-ray transmission images in a single exposure (light-field). Their development is challenging: designs have appeared only recently, and they are still affected by important limitations. Concurrently, the lack of available real X-ray light-field data hinders dedicated algorithmic development. Here, we present a physical emulation setup for rapidly exploring the parameter space of both existing and conceptual camera designs. This will assist and accelerate the design of X-ray plenoptic imaging solutions, and provide a tool for generating unlimited real X-ray plenoptic data. We also demonstrate that X-ray light-fields allow for reconstructing sharp spatial structures in three-dimensions (3D) from single-shot data.
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Nicola Viganò, Felix Lucka, Ombeline de la Rochefoucauld, Sophia Bethany Coban, Robert van Liere, et al.. Emulation of X-ray Light-Field Cameras. Journal of Imaging, MDPI, 2020, 6 (12), pp.138. ⟨10.3390/jimaging6120138⟩. ⟨hal-03281330⟩



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