Abstract

A depth-resolved near-infrared imaging system has been demonstrated for recording three-dimensional images of objects embedded in diffuse media. Time-gated holographic imaging employing rhodium-doped barium titanate as the recording medium is used to acquire whole depth-resolved two-dimensional images in 1 s. Millimeter depth resolution has been achieved with a transverse resolution of ~ 30 μm.

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