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I found what I believe is the answer I was looking for, which is "epsilon photography". Quoting from Wikipedia: Epsilon photography is a form of computational photography wherein multiple images are captured with slightly varying camera parameters (each image varying the parameter by a small amount ε, hence the name) such as aperture, exposure, ...


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The purpose of the HTC dual lenses is to create a "depth map". The distance between the camera and the objects in the picture is computed : each pixel has a distance associated. The following example (from http://www.i-art3d.com/Eng/About_Depth.htm) shows a depth map : Knowing this, an algorithm can recreate artificial "depth of field" effect, emulating ...


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If you're looking for a grouping term, I don't think there is one that's used widespread or consistently, but personally I sometimes use stacking to cover these types of techniques. I just wish there were a term that could also include panorama stitching, since the main logic behind nearly all of these types of algorithms is similar--vary one specific ...


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EDIT: Originally I misread your question to only mean increase in resolution. I do not know of any term that encompasses that an HDR but these two cover quite a bit: Super-Resolution, although it covers multiple techniques. This term has been used by camera manufacturers to describe techniques where they create a higher-resolution or increase color-depth ...


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I don't think that there's a specific term for that in photography. A term to describe the idea of combining information of many images into one in general could be superposition.



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