Abstract

Spatial frequency domain imaging (SFDI), as a rapid, noncontact, and scan-free method, can realize wide-field, quantitative optical property mapping and tomographic imaging for a biological sample. Phase-measuring profilometry (PMP) is a surface profile characterization method. Since the projection of structured light onto an object is the basis for PMP and SFDI, the SFDI system is capable of performing both techniques. In this work, we present the results of a feasibility study with the developed SFDI system to realize acquisition of the optical property information and the surface profile information. The surface profile information was used to correct the absorption (μa) maps and reduced scattering (μs) maps. The evaluation of correction effect of the PMP and the calibration and calculation of detection accuracy of the SFDI system were realized by using a series of self-made hemispheric and homogeneous solid phantoms covering a wide range of absorption and reduced scattering coefficients. The results show that the μa and μs maps become more uniform after using profilometry correction. The maximum relative errors of the system after profilometry correction and calibration were 8.74% for μa and 4.97% for μs at the wavelength of 527 nm, respectively. A case study was carried out on a pear to verify the application prospect of the method in the field of agricultural products quality inspection. Results indicate that μa and μs maps of a pear after profilometry correction and calibration were more uniform and more comparable with the reported values.

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