Image transmission through dynamic scattering media by single-pixel photodetection
Scholar | Other documents of the author: Tajahuerce, Enrique; Durán Bosch, Vicente Andrés; Clemente Pesudo, Pedro Javier; Irles, Esther; Soldevila, Fernando; Andrés, Pedro; Lancis, Jesús
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TitleImage transmission through dynamic scattering media by single-pixel photodetection
PublisherOptical Society of America
Smart control of light propagation through highly scattering media is a much desired goal with major technological implications. Since interaction of light with highly scattering media results in partial or complete ... [+]
Smart control of light propagation through highly scattering media is a much desired goal with major technological implications. Since interaction of light with highly scattering media results in partial or complete depletion of ballistic photons, it is in principle impossible to transmit images through distances longer than the extinction length. Nevertheless, different methods for image transmission, focusing, and imaging through scattering media by means of wavefront control have been published over the past few years. In this paper we show that single-pixel optical systems, based on compressive detection, can also overcome the fundamental limitation imposed by multiple scattering to successfully transmit information. But, in contrast with the recently introduced schemes that use the transmission matrix technique, our approach does not require any a-priori calibration process that ultimately makes the present method suitable to use with dynamic scattering media. This represents an advantage over previous methods that rely on optical feedback wavefront control, especially for short speckle decorrelation times. [-]
Bibliographic citationTAJAHUERCE, Enrique, et al. Image transmission through dynamic scattering media by single-pixel photodetection. Optics express, 2014, vol. 22, no 14, p. 16945-16955.
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