Abstract

In this paper, a novel holographic 3D imaging system based on compressive sensing is proposed. In this work we utilize the Mach-Zehnder interferometer for hologram formation and apply compressive sensing (CS) approach to the holography acquisition process, which combines digital holography and compressive sensing theory to obtain the hologram. The system integrates a digital micro-mirror device array (DMD) to optically compress the object to be acquired and a single photon detector is used to obtain the compressive sensing measurements. Holographic 3D images are reconstructed numerically via certain signal recovery algorithms of CS theory and hologram reconstruction techniques. Computer simulations demonstrated the feasibility and the efficiency of the proposed imaging system.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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