Monday, February 18, 2008

Synthetic Aperture - First Results

The computational photography project continues...


This is a set of 21 images that have been aligned and remapped using Hugin, and then averaged into a single image using Paint Shop Pro. The source nodes were spaced two sidewalk blocks apart from each other (approximately 1.5 meters). Thus we have an image which is a very crude approximation of the image you would get with a 30 meter wide camera.

I don't know how to calculate the equivalent aperture value... if you know, please leave it in the comments below.

I'm amazed that it works at all... and impressed as to how cool it looks.. it's a surprisingly good bokeh, don't you think?

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