Abstract

A mathematical construct ‘Phasor Fields’ (P-Fields) is used to develop a light transport mathematical model for non-line-of-sight (NLOS) imaging applications. We show that NLOS imaging can be treated as conventional line-of-sight (LOS) imaging using P-Fields.

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