Indexed on: 25 Nov '18Published on: 25 Nov '18Published in: Optics express
Imaging through scattering media is a common practice in many applications of biomedical imaging. Object image would deteriorate into unrecognizable speckle pattern when scattering media is presented. Many methods have been investigated to reconstruct the object image when only speckle pattern is available. In this paper, we demonstrate a method of single-shot imaging through scattering media. This method is based on classification and support vector regression of the measured speckle pattern. We prove the possibility of speckle pattern classification and related formulas are presented. The specified and limited imaging capability without speckle pattern classification is demonstrated. Our proposed approach, that is, speckle pattern classification based support vector regression method, makes up the deficiency. Experimental results show that, with our approach, speckle patterns could be utilized for classification when object images are unavailable, and object images can be reconstructed with high fidelity. The proposed approach for imaging through scattering media is expected to be applicable to various sensing schemes.