Time-of-Flight Imaging in Scattering EnvironmentsMS60

In traditional line-of-sight optical imaging, an image is obtained using the direct light arriving from the scene under investigation to the imaging sensor. Thanks to recent breakthroughs in computer vision and computational imaging, there exist recovery techniques capable of exploiting the time-of-flight (temporal) information of scattered (indirect) photons, which allows to reconstruct the 3D image of a target not in the direct path of the imaging system.

This presentation is part of Minisymposium “MS60 - Computational and Compressive Imaging Technologies and Applications (3 parts)
organized by: Robert Muise (Lockheed Martin) , Richard Baraniuk (Rice University) .

Marco La Manna (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
computer vision, image compression, image reconstruction, machine learning