Monday, May 26, 2014

Compressive Wavefront Sensing with Weak Values

Ah, this is interesting:

We demonstrate a wavefront sensor based on the compressive sensing, single-pixel camera. Using a high-resolution spatial light modulator (SLM) as a variable waveplate, we weakly couple an optical field's transverse-position and polarization degrees of freedom. By placing random, binary patterns on the SLM, polarization serves as a meter for directly measuring random projections of the real and imaginary components of the wavefront. Compressive sensing techniques can then recover the wavefront. We acquire high quality, 256x256 pixel images of the wavefront from only 10,000 projections. Photon-counting detectors give sub-picowatt sensitivity.
In order to reconstruct the image, they need to resort to GPSR and a TV regularization.

Thank you Sylvain for the heads-up.

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