Synthesising wider field images from narrow-field retinal video acquired using a low-cost direct ophthalmoscope (Arclight) attached to a smartphone

Keylor Daniel Chaves Viquez, Ognjen Arandelovic, Andrew Blaikie, In Ae Hwang

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Abstract

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.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2017 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshop (ICCVW)
PublisherIEEE
Pages90-98
ISBN (Electronic)9781538610343
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 23 Oct 2017
EventBioimage Computing - ICCV 2017, Venice, Italy
Duration: 23 Oct 2017 → …
http://bioimagecomputing.com/

Workshop

WorkshopBioimage Computing
Abbreviated titleBIC
Country/TerritoryItaly
CityVenice
Period23/10/17 → …
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