12 October 2016 Comparisons between conventional optical imaging and parametric indirect microscopic imaging on human skin detection
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Proceedings Volume 9818, 2016 International Workshop on Information Data Storage and Tenth International Symposium on Optical Storage; 98180Q (2016) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2246710
Event: 2016 International Workshop on Information Data Storage and Tenth International Symposium on Optical Storage, 2016, Changzhou, China
Abstract
We report a new method, polarization parameters indirect microscopic imaging with a high transmission infrared light source, to detect the morphology and component of human skin. A conventional reflection microscopic system is used as the basic optical system, into which a polarization-modulation mechanics is inserted and a high transmission infrared light source is utilized. The near-field structural characteristics of human skin can be delivered by infrared waves and material coupling. According to coupling and conduction physics, changes of the optical wave parameters can be calculated and curves of the intensity of the image can be obtained. By analyzing the near-field polarization parameters in nanoscale, we can finally get the inversion images of human skin. Compared with the conventional direct optical microscope, this method can break diffraction limit and achieve a super resolution of sub-100nm. Besides, the method is more sensitive to the edges, wrinkles, boundaries and impurity particles.
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Guoyan Liu, Kun Gao, Xuefeng Liu, Guoqiang Ni, "Comparisons between conventional optical imaging and parametric indirect microscopic imaging on human skin detection", Proc. SPIE 9818, 2016 International Workshop on Information Data Storage and Tenth International Symposium on Optical Storage, 98180Q (12 October 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2246710; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2246710
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