Abstract

We show proof-of-concept for using an ultra-portable mobile-phone-based imaging system for quantitative 3D diffuse optical tomography. Phantom images were successfully recovered using a photo-stitched 3D model and near-infrared images, both acquired from a mobile-phone camera.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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