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Real-time Non-line-of-sight Imaging with Two-step Deep Remapping

@article{Zhu2021RealtimeNI,
  title={Real-time Non-line-of-sight Imaging with Two-step Deep Remapping},
  author={Dayu Zhu and W. Cai},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2101.10492}
}
Conventional imaging only records the photons directly sent from the object to the detector, while non-line-of-sight (NLOS) imaging takes the indirect light into account. To explore the NLOS surroundings, most NLOS solutions employ a transient scanning process, followed by a back-projection based algorithm to reconstruct the NLOS scenes. However, the transient detection requires sophisticated apparatus, with long scanning time and low robustness to ambient environment, and the reconstruction… Expand

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