Abstract

Sensing through scattering media is a longstanding research topic in optics and photonics, especially in the fields of biomedicine and security. Several methods have been proposed for imaging through scattering media, for example, based on the transmission matrix or the memory effect [1, 2]. We have recently demonstrated machine-learning-based methods for sensing through scattering media. Our methods simplify optical setups and alleviate assumptions in those previous methods [3, 4].

© 2016 Japan Society of Applied Physics, Optical Society of America

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