Abstract

This Letter reports an approach to single-shot three-dimensional (3D) imaging that is combining structured illumination and light-field imaging. The sinusoidal distribution of the radiance in the structured-light field can be processed and transformed to compute the angular variance of the local radiance difference. The angular variance across the depth range exhibits a single-peak distribution trend that can be used to obtain the unambiguous depth. The phase computation that generally requires the acquisition of multi-frame phase-shifting images is no longer mandatory, thus enabling single-shot structured-light-field 3D imaging. The proposed approach was experimentally demonstrated through a dynamic scene.

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