We imaged various static scenes using the sheet camera. For each scene, we bent the array from the flat state
to a curved one for which the angular field of view is 52 degrees. For any given sheet deformation, we know the directions of the optical axes of all the lenses of the array. This information is used to project the captured image onto a plane at a chosen distance from the sheet camera. The projected measurements are then interpolated to obtain the final image whose horizontal field of view increases with the curvature of lens array. Due to the inherent optical adaptation of our design, the images are free of aliasing effects.