rayfocus is an open source package for rendering a depth of field for images. This is done by using a user-supplied depth map to variably blur the image based on distance, and supports a user-defined focal length, focal distance, and aperture shape.
# To install the latest version from Github: # install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github("tylermorganwall/rayfocus")
rayfocus currently has only one function:
render_bokeh takes two images as an input: an in-focus image, and a depth map for that image. These can either be in-memory representations of the image, or filepaths to the images. The user can also specify various camera settings, including:
- Focal point
- Focal length
- Aperture shape (including custom aperture shapes passed by the user)
- Aperture rotation
- Bokeh intensity
The output is either plotted to the current device, or save to a file (if a filename is passed to the function).
The package comes with a sample image and depth map derived from Stanford "dragon" 3D model. The image is in memory as
dragon and the depthmap is
#load rayshader package for raster plotting library(rayshader) library(rayfocus) plot_map(dragon)
plot_map(t(dragondepth[nrow(dragondepth):1,])) #re-orient 2D matrix to display correctly
We can also adjust the shape of the aperture, as well as the bokeh intensity.
render_bokeh(dragon,dragondepth,focus=0.6,focallength = 100, fstop = 4, bokehshape = "hex", bokehintensity = 5)