Abstract

The 2D autocorrelation of the projection of an irregular rough particle can be estimated using the analysis of its interferometric out-of-focus image. We report the development of an experimental setup that creates speckle-like patterns generated by “programmable” rough particles of desired-shape. It should become an important tool for the development of new setups, configurations, and algorithms in interferometric particle imaging.

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