Under coherent light illumination, several approaches need either angle scanning or diffuser rotating to reconstruct the image through opaque scattering media. We propose a linear model to restore the hidden object through the actual power spectrum with disturbance of the scattering layer. The experimental results confirm that, the algorithm quickly converge to the only correct reconstruction solution with the accuracy power spectrum pattern of Fourier transform, and the method can reconstruct the high accuracy image of the object hidden by the scattering media with one-shot power spectrum.
Compressive imaging（CI）can offer a versatile improvements for imaging systems, such as smaller compressed data volume and super-resolution. Among various methods to realize Compressive imaging, pushing encoding mask has attracted the most attention with its compatibility to the space remote sensing. However, complex pre- calibrations are usually needed for calibrating the encoding mask to achieve the measurement matrix for the image reconstruction. Herein, we design a pushing compressive imaging system which fixed with the function of situ calibration of the encoding mask. The pushing compressive imaging system was constructed, and the experimental results confirmed that the system had the ability for data compression and super-resolution. And above all, the system can avoid the complex pre-calibration, which makes the on-orbit calibration feasible. In the simulations, twice, three times and four times resolutions higher than the captured image’s resolution are performed respectively, which confirm that the method can improve the target image resolution based on the relative low resolution raw captured target images. Furthermore, by pushing the mask precisely which can be considered equivalent to the real pushing imaging, we have reconstructed the true super-resolution target image accurately based on the mask calibration and 6 captured pushing imaging frames.