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Real-time imaging through thin scattering layer and looking around the opaque surface

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Abstract

Retrieving the object information which is obscured by a diffused medium or hidden around the corner, in real-time, is a huge challenge and has vast range of applications. Here we propose two different techniques based on digital holography and intensity correlation to retrieve 3-D object from the scattered field.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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