Stanford Light Field Archives
Stanford has a long history of light field research, and has hosted light field datasets dating back to 1996, coincident with Marc Levoy and Pat Hanrahan's seminal paper on light field rendering.
More than 20 years later light field imaging is a still-growing field, with new insights and an increasing number of publications appearing at top conferences internationally.
This page collects the varous light field datasets hosted at Stanford. For additional resources see the Light Field Resources community including links to toolboxes, mailing lists, and additional datasets.
The Stanford Multiview Light Field Datasets, 2018, two multi-view datasets for a total of about 7200 light fields, from the Stanford Computational Imaging Lab.
The Stanford Lytro Light Field Archive, 2016, about 350 light fields in 9 categories captured with a Lytro Illum handheld light field camera, from the Stanford Computational Imaging Lab.
The (New) Stanford Light Fields Archive, 2008, high quality light fields captured by gantry, array, and microscope, from the Stanford Computer Graphics Laboratory.
The (Old) Stanford Light Fields Archive, 1996, synthetic light fields accompanying the original light field rendering paper, from the Stanford Computer Graphics Laboratory.