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Single Pixel Polarimetric Imaging through Scattering Media

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posted on 2023-11-30, 19:56 authored by Kai Ling C. Seow, Peter Török, Matthew R. Foreman
Polarimetric imaging can provide valuable information about biological samples in a wide range of applications. Detrimental scattering however currently limits the imaging depth of in-vivo imaging to approximately 1 transport mean free path. In this work, single pixel imaging is investigated as a means of reconstructing polarimetric images through scattering media. A theoretical imaging model is presented and the recovery of the spatially resolved Mueller matrix of a hidden test object is demonstrated experimentally for scattering phantoms with thicknesses up to twice the transport mean free path.

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