Abstract

The effect of combining low-pass spatial filtering with the first-arriving-light method for imaging through a scattering medium was investigated. The modification is highly effective for media having a significant specular transmission component but is essentially ineffective for media without a specular component.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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