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Automatic rectification of integral images acquired using circular lenses. (Left column) 2D captures of ray-traced and optically acquired 3D scenes; (middle) distorted integral images; (right) images correspond to the automatically rectified integral images using the framework proposed. For information, see Koufogiannis et. al., pp. 4959-4968.
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