EECS CSPL SEMINAR SERIES
WINTER TERM 1996


Emmett Leith

Emmett Leith

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan



February 6, 1996


Coherence Imaging Methods for Formation through Optical Fibers and Highly Scattering Media

Abstract -
Coherence imaging is an uncoventional imaging process that yields rather surprising results. The process permits a complete 3-dimensional image to be formed through a single, single-mode fiber using monochromatic light. It permits images to be formed through highly scattering media such as biological tissue, which is merely translucent under ordinary illumination methods. We describe the basic principles and show some rather interesting results.



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