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    The best description of it is right from Ng. Here is his paper from 2005, he explains it all in detail and is a lot easer to understand than the Wikepidia link on light fields. At the time the microlens array produced an 85 Kilopixel (0.085 megapixel) image.

    http://graphics.stanford.edu/papers/...era-150dpi.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by holmburgers View Post
    That will probably make you feel better..
    It did, but I did not get it chopped up. It kept starting on fire and it is real hard to use a cutting torch or plasma cutter when you have a water hose in the other hand.

    It also helps to remember that you had called the cops to inspect a different abandoned vehicle. been an interesting day.
    Technological society has succeeded in multiplying the opportunities for pleasure, but it has great difficulty in generating joy. Pope Paul VI

    So, I think the "greats" were true to their visions, once their visions no longer sucked. Ralph Barker 12/2004

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    Thanks for the link ic. I understand that this Ng guy was some kind of wunderkind. How do you pronounce Ng by the way?

    Mark, I can only imagine what you're doing when you log off...
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    Quite amazing... they are going to make a lot of money licensing this tech out to any company which uses or sells optics.

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    Can\'t wait to slap one of these lenses on my Perkeo!
    Last edited by 36cm2; 06-24-2011 at 08:33 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by holmburgers View Post
    How do you pronounce Ng by the way?
    I knew a guy with that last name who we called "ANG" (like BANG) and he would respond to us. He did not like "EN-GEE"

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    I have a problem focusing, I always get off the wrong excit on the highway!

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    Also, see the integral imaging thread here if you wanna get all analog on this mother.[/QUOTE]

    I can"t find the "integral imaging" thread. Is it on this forum? Is there another name for the thread?. I wana read about the analog aspects. I don't like pixals replacing grain. I don't like spam! And I don't like "cheese product" replacing chees! And I don' like the latest news from China, about synthetic steak made from human excriment!,
    Bill

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    Here you go Wild Bill...

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum42/8...otography.html

    I would love to make analog integral images. In theory it's quite simple, but there are also a number of caveats. However, someone with a sheet of film and a fly's eye array could make 3D images in that way. However, they would be pseudoscopic.

    Another option is coating a plate or sheet of film with retro-reflective beads. These will act in a similar way to the fly's eye array.

    Lenticular prints are another related method that might be easier in many respects.

    Thee book to check out is Takanori Okoshi's "Three-Dimensional Imaging Techniques".
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    Thanks Holmburgers,
    This will be an intresting read, I am sure. But,as you can see from my latest thread on the Silver-gelatin thread, I have plenty to do already. So many things I wanna do, but only one pair of hands.... At lest I am not one of those " late middle aged" guys who can't think of anything to do.
    Bill

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