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In this paper, we present a physically-based simulation framework to build up real-time Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) simulators using pointbased techniques. In our framework, simulations of organ contacts, collisions, deformations and haptic feedbacks are all based on discrete physics points. We propose a new smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH)… (More)
The effectively large mirror size in a space telescope may be achieved by swarms of mirrors. In this paper, we present an analysis of such a space telescope, where a swarm of randomized micro-mirrors are combined to achieve the resolution comparable to a primary mirror equivalent to the entire distribution. The recorded speckle patterns, which vary randomly… (More)
We experimentally explored the reconstruction of the image of two point sources using a sequence of random aperture phase masks. The speckled intensity profiles were combined using an improved shift-and-add and multi-frame blind deconvolution to achieve a near diffraction limited image for broadband light (600-670 nm). Using a numerical model we also… (More)
Speckled images of a binary broad band light source (600-670 nm), generated by randomized reflections or transmissions, were used to reconstruct a binary image by use of multi-frame blind deconvolution algorithms. Craft store glitter was used as reflective elements. Another experiment used perforated foil. Also reported here are numerical models that… (More)
We note a correction to Eq. (6) for [ Opt. Express25(15), 18296 (2017)].
We explore opportunities afforded by an extremely large telescope design comprised of ill-figured randomly varying subapertures. The veracity of this approach is demonstrated with a laboratory scaled system whereby we reconstruct a white light binary point source separated by 2.5 times the diffraction limit. With an inherently unknown varying random point… (More)
Palladium(II)-catalyzed dual C-H functionalization of indoles with cyclic diaryliodoniums was successfully achieved, providing a concise method to synthesize dibenzocarbazoles. In a single operation, two C-C bonds and one ring were formed. The reaction was ligand free and tolerated air and moisture conditions.