We originally had a one pixel Lensless Imaging using Compressive Sensing, we now have two pixels and using joint sparsity to reconstruct the view:
Multi-View in Lnesless Compressive Imaging by Hong Jiang, Gang Huang, Paul Wilford
Multi-view images are acquired by a lensless compressive imaging architecture, which consists of an aperture assembly and multiple sensors. The aperture assembly consists of a two dimensional array of aperture elements whose transmittance can be individually controlled to implement a compressive sensing matrix. For each transmittance pattern of the aperture assembly, each of the sensors takes a measurement. The measurement vectors from the multiple sensors represent multi-view images of the same scene. We present theoretical framework for multi-view reconstruction and experimental results for enhancing quality of image using multi-view.
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