David Schedl, Oliver Bimber,
"Compressive Volumetric Light-Field Excitation"
, in www.nature.com/scientificreports, in Nature Scientific Reports, Vol. 7, Nummer 13981, 10-2017
Compressive Volumetric Light-Field Excitation
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We explain how volumetric light-field excitation can be converted to a process that entirely avoids 3D reconstruction, deconvolution, and calibration of optical elements while taking scattering in the probe better into account. For spatially static probes, this is achieved by an efficient (one-time) light-transport sampling and light-field factorization. Individual probe particles (and arbitrary combinations thereof) can subsequently be excited in a dynamically controlled way while still supporting volumetric reconstruction of the entire probe in real-time based on a single light-field recording.