Imaging the optical properties of turbid media with single-pixel detection based on the Kubelka-Munk model.

Imaging the optical properties of turbid media with single-pixel detection based on the... We present a diffuse optical imaging system with structured illumination and integrated detection based on the Kubelka-Munk light propagation model for the spatial characterization of scattering and absorption properties of turbid media. The proposed system is based on the application of single-pixel imaging techniques. Our strategy allows us to retrieve images of the absorption and scattering properties of a turbid media slab by using integrating spheres with photodiodes as bucket detectors. We validate our idea by imaging the absorption and scattering coefficients of a spatially heterogeneous phantom. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Optics letters Pubmed

Imaging the optical properties of turbid media with single-pixel detection based on the Kubelka-Munk model.

Optics letters, Volume 44 (19): 4 – Oct 4, 2019
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Imaging the optical properties of turbid media with single-pixel detection based on the Kubelka-Munk model.

Optics letters, Volume 44 (19): 4 – Oct 4, 2019

Abstract

We present a diffuse optical imaging system with structured illumination and integrated detection based on the Kubelka-Munk light propagation model for the spatial characterization of scattering and absorption properties of turbid media. The proposed system is based on the application of single-pixel imaging techniques. Our strategy allows us to retrieve images of the absorption and scattering properties of a turbid media slab by using integrating spheres with photodiodes as bucket detectors. We validate our idea by imaging the absorption and scattering coefficients of a spatially heterogeneous phantom.
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DOI
10.1364/OL.44.004797
pmid
31568445

Abstract

We present a diffuse optical imaging system with structured illumination and integrated detection based on the Kubelka-Munk light propagation model for the spatial characterization of scattering and absorption properties of turbid media. The proposed system is based on the application of single-pixel imaging techniques. Our strategy allows us to retrieve images of the absorption and scattering properties of a turbid media slab by using integrating spheres with photodiodes as bucket detectors. We validate our idea by imaging the absorption and scattering coefficients of a spatially heterogeneous phantom.

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Optics lettersPubmed

Published: Oct 4, 2019

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