Generalized Image Acquisition and Analysis

Time-resolved 3D Capture of Non-stationary Gas Flows

Fluid simulation is one of the most active research areas in computer graphics. However, it remains difficult to obtain measurements of real fluid flows for validation of the simulated data. In this paper, we take a step in the direction of capturing flow data for such purposes. Specifically, we present the first time-resolved Schlieren tomography system for capturing full 3D, non-stationary gas flows on a dense volumetric grid. Schlieren tomography uses 2D ray deflection measurements to reconstruct a time-varying grid of 3D refractive index values, which directly correspond to physical properties of the flow. We derive a new solution for this reconstruction problem that lends itself to efficient algorithms to robustly work with relatively small numbers of cameras. Our physical system is easy to set up, and consists of an array of relatively low cost rolling-shutter camcorders that are synchronized with a new approach. We demonstrate our method with real measurements, and analyze precision with synthetic data for which ground truth information is available.

Software

MATLAB Color Calibration Toolbox

The toolbox can be used to compute color compensation matrices from images of a color checker (Gretag-Macbeth 24 patches, Colorchecker DC 240 patches, or ColorcheckerSG 140 patches). Since version 2.0 the software can also estimate radiometric camera response curves from an exposure stack of a color checker.

Author: Ivo Ihrke

PFS Calibration

Ivo Ihrke is currently the maintainer of the PFS calibration package.

Demo and Datasets for "Interactive Geometry-Aware Segmentation for the Decomposition of Kaleidoscopic Images"

Code and Datasets for "A Theory of Plenoptic Multiplexing"

Implementation for "Eikonal Rendering"

Multi-View Data Sets

A multi-view data set of fire from our SCA 2004 paper and a synthetic multi-view data set (kungfu-girl)

Focal Stack Photography

Focal Stack Photography has been a project of the lecture "Computational Photography 2010".
There are some data sets available on the project page containing up to 500 shots.
Some of the data sets are also available in 20 mega pixel resolution and raw format.
Feel free to ask for it.