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Optical detection and imaging in complex media: how the memory effect can help overcome multiple scattering

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Abstract

We report on imaging in random scattering media. Our approach is based on the measurement of a reflection matrix between a spatial light modulator and a camera. We take advantage of the memory effect to filter the multiple scattering noise and improve the detection and imaging of objects embedded in scattering media.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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