Folded Catadioptric Cameras

  • S. K. Nayar
  • V. Peri
Part of the Monographs in Computer Science book series (MCS)


Catadioptric cameras use a combination of mirrors and lenses to image the scene of interest. In recent years, several lens-mirror combinations have been proposed for the capture of panoramic images (for examples, see [46], [301], [110], [306], [28], [191], [194], [198], [43]. [31], [157], [265], [21]. [35], [300], [13], [52]). Catadioptric systems have also been developed for the projection of stereo views onto a single image detector (see [197], [85], [115], [262], [309], [201], [82], [24], [81]).


Point Spread Function Imaging Lens Panoramic Image Primary Mirror Field Curvature 
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  • V. Peri

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