Abstract

In this paper, we present photon counting integral imaging based on compressive sensing to improve the quality of reconstructed 3D scene. The proposed method recovers elemental images have higher SNR than the conventional imaging under ultra-low light conditions. To show the feasibility of the proposed method, the preliminary experiments are presented.

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