1. Cross-sectional imaging through scattering media by quantum-mimetic optical coherence tomography with wavefront shaping

    Cross-sectional imaging through scattering media by quantum-mimetic optical coherence tomography with wavefront shaping

    Quantum-mimetic (QM) optical coherence tomography (OCT) combined with wavefront shaping is proposed as a novel approach to achieve high-resolution cross-sectional imaging through a strongly scattering medium. Specifcally, QM-OCT is a recently devised OCT technique mimicking quantum OCT to acquire its main characteristic features, most notably immunity to group-velocity dispersion and enhancement of axial resolution, without quantum light. To validate the proposed method, we demonstrate experimentally that a one-dimensional cross-sectional image of a sample located behind a diffuser plate is obtained successfully and efficiently with QM-OCT by shaping the wavefront of light incident onto the diffuser.

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