The process of multiple scattering has inherent characteristics that are attractive for high-speed imaging with high spatial resolution and a wide field-of-view. A coherent source passing through a multiple-scattering medium naturally generates speckle patterns with diffraction-limited features over an arbitrarily large field-of-view. In addition, the process of multiple scattering is deterministic allowing a given speckle pattern to be reliably reproduced with identical illumination conditions. Here, by exploiting wavelength dependent multiple scattering and compressed sensing, we develop a high-speed 2D time-stretch microscope. Highly chirped pulses from a 90-MHz mode-locked laser are sent through a 2D grating and a ground-glass diffuser to produce 2D speckle patterns that rapidly evolve with the instantaneous frequency of the chirped pulse. To image a scene, we first characterize the high-speed evolution of the generated speckle patterns. Subsequently we project the patterns onto the microscopic region of interest and collect the total light from the scene using a single high-speed photodetector. Thus the wavelength dependent speckle patterns serve as high-speed pseudorandom structured illumination of the scene. An image sequence is then recovered using the time-dependent signal received by the photodetector, the known speckle pattern evolution, and compressed sensing algorithms. Notably, the use of compressed sensing allows for reconstruction of a time-dependent scene using a highly sub-Nyquist number of measurements, which both increases the speed of the imager and reduces the amount of data that must be collected and stored. We will discuss our experimental demonstration of this approach and the theoretical limits on imaging speed.
Jaewook Shin, Bryan T. Bosworth, and Mark A. Foster, "High-speed imaging using compressed sensing and wavelength-dependent scattering (Conference Presentation)," Proc. SPIE 10076, High-Speed Biomedical Imaging and Spectroscopy: Toward Big Data Instrumentation and Management II, 100760C (Presented at SPIE BiOS: January 30, 2017; Published: 24 April 2017); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2253181.5381802486001.
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