Wavelength and polarization multiplexed pinhole array for variable coded aperturePP

The usage of imaging methods having no lenses or reflectors, result with low intensity and poor resolution. We propose a novel lens-less imaging method with high resolution and increased intensity. The method is based upon wavelength multiplexing using our former concept of variable coded aperture. In this method we harness the Bayer pattern of the imaging sensor and apply colored filters or polarizers on the different holes of the coded aperture.

This is poster number 39 in Poster Session

Ariel Schwarz (Bar Ilan university and JCE )
Prof. Zeev Zalevsky (Bar Ilan university)
Amir Shemer (Azrieli College of Engineering Jerusalem)
computed tomography, image reconstruction, inverse problems