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Focusing through dynamic disordered media using a MEMS spatial light modulator

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Abstract

Experiments demonstrating controlled optical propagation through a dynamic, highly scattering medium are described. The phase of a coherent beam is controlled both spatially and temporally using a reflective, 1020-segment MEMS spatial light modulator.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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