Abstract

A new type of computational three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction in the condition of low light level has been proposed using a planar catadioptric method based on the principle of computational photon counting integral imaging technique. Only one camera and one shot are employed for photon counting integral imaging, rather than multiple sensors or dynamic movement in previous works. A 3D planar catadioptric photon counting method has been demonstrated under photon staved condition while the 3D scenes can be successfully reconstructed.

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