Contact: Angela Stark
The Optical Society
Caption: The researchers placed an image of the Cheshire Cat in front of a scattering layer that completely hid it, then used the image they were able to retrieve from photodetected values recorded by the photodiode to demonstrate that disorder-assisted imaging can indeed recover an object's fine details -- even using a sensor without spatial resolution.
Credit: Jesús Lancis/Jaume I University.
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