• Recovering color images from scattered light

    Recovering color images from scattered light, a path breaking invention by Duke University

    Recently Engineers at Duke University developed a method for Recovering color images from scattered light through a mostly opaque material. Recovering color images from scattered light. This new approach overcomes the limitations of conventional optical memory effect techniques in the realm of color, by using spectral coding and compressed sensing to achieve snapshot color imaging through scattering media.  How it will be benefited? The technique will be beneficial for the field of healthcare to astronomy. According to Prof. Michael Gehm, Electrical and computer engineering at Duke “Others have been able to reconstruct color images from scattered light, but those methods had to sacrifice spatial resolution or required prior characterization of…