Abstract

We present two methods we recently developed to image through turbid media taking advantage of the speckle patterns generated by light going through turbid tissue. Using the shower curtain effect we can image through dynamic turbid media, using the memory effect-enabled deconvolution we reach sub-diffraction resolutions.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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