Abstract

We present a new detection scheme for acousto-optic tomography based on pulsed-wave ultrasound and illumination combined with heterodyne parallel speckle detection. This setup can perform tomographies inside several-centimeter-thick scattering samples. Test experiments confirm the suitability of this method for performing tomographies inside various types of optically scattering media, including liquids.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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