Synthesising wider field images from narrow-field retinal video acquired using a low-cost direct ophthalmoscope (Arclight) attached to a smartphone
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Access to low cost retinal imaging devices in low and middle income countries is limited, compromising progress in preventing needless blindness. The Arclight is a recently developed low-cost solar powered direct ophthalmoscope which can be attached to the camera of a smartphone to acquire retinal images and video. However, the acquired data is inherently limited by the optics of direct ophthalmoscopy, resulting in a narrow field of view with associated corneal reflections, limiting its usefulness. In this work we describe the first fully automatic method utilizing videos acquired using the Arclight attached to a mobile phone camera to create wider view, higher quality still images comparable with images obtained using much more expensive and bulky dedicated traditional retinal cameras.
Chaves Viquez , K D , Arandelovic , O , Blaikie , A & Hwang , I A 2017 , Synthesising wider field images from narrow-field retinal video acquired using a low-cost direct ophthalmoscope (Arclight) attached to a smartphone . in 2017 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshop (ICCVW) . , 8265229 , IEEE , pp. 90-98 , Bioimage Computing , Venice , Italy , 23 October . DOI: 10.1109/ICCVW.2017.19workshop
2017 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshop (ICCVW)
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