Lensless imaging through thin scattering layers under broadband illumination

Wei Li, Bingjian Wang, Tengfei Wu, Feihu Xu & Xiaopeng Shao
Lensless scattering imaging is a prospective approach to microscopy in which a high-resolution image of an object is reconstructed from one or more measured speckle patterns, providing a solution in situations where the use of imaging optics is not possible. However, current lensless scattering imaging methods are typically limited by the need for a light source with a narrowband spectrum. Here, we propose two general approaches that enable single-shot lensless scattering imaging under broadband illumination...
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