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Here we have available some binaries of our simple light field viewer, lftextures. When Dan and I first tried to capture a light field, trying to manipulate the data was a real pain. How were we to know if our data was any good if we didn’t have a simple test to show we had captured the scene? We decided to implement the easiest operation, digital refocusing. Here’s the product:
The controls are simple, use the mouse wheel or Home/End keys to scroll through the scene; the application refocuses as you scroll.
Scroll up = move to background, Scroll down = move to foreground.
And finally,a few macros (for making movies)
Once you’re satisfied scrolling through the scene, try hitting “M” until the on-screen display says “M: 2, 3D” then click and drag the scene back and forth:
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