Non-Line-of-Sight Three-Dimensional Imaging with a Single-Pixel Camera

@article{Musarra2019NonLineofSightTI,
  title={Non-Line-of-Sight Three-Dimensional Imaging with a Single-Pixel Camera},
  author={Gabriella Musarra and Ashley Lyons and Enrico Conca and Yoann Altmann and Federica A. Villa and Franco Zappa and Miles J. Padgett and Daniele Faccio},
  journal={Physical Review Applied},
  year={2019}
}
Real time, high resolution 3D reconstruction of scenes hidden from the direct field of view is a challenging field of research with applications in real-life situations related e.g. to surveillance, self-driving cars and rescue missions. Most current techniques recover the 3D structure of a non-lineof-sight (NLOS) static scene by detecting the return signal from the hidden object on a scattering observation area. Here, we demonstrate the full colour retrieval of the 3D shape of a hidden scene… Expand
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