Computational ghost imaging with spatiotemporal encoding pseudo-random binary patterns

, & Jun Xiong
Computational ghost imaging (CGI) can reconstruct the pixelated image of the target without lens and image sensor. In almost all spatial CGI systems using various patterns reported in the past, people often only focus on the distribution of patterns in the spatial dimension but ignore the possibility of encoding in the time dimension or even the space-time dimension. Although the random illumination pattern in CGI always brings some inevitable background noise to the recovered image,...
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