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2 May 2017 Ultra-high enhancement of light focusing through disordered media controlled by mega-pixel modes (Conference Presentation)
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Developing an efficient strategy for light focusing through scattering media is an important topic in the study of multiple light scattering. The enhancement factor of the light focusing, defined as the ratio between the optimized intensity and the background intensity is proportional to the number of controlling modes in a spatial light modulator (SLM). The demonstrated enhancement factors in previous studies are typically less than 1,000 due to several limiting factors, such as the slow refresh rate of a LCoS SLM, long optimization time, and lack of an efficient algorithm for high controlling modes. A digital micro-mirror device is an amplitude modulator, which is recently widely used for fast optimization through dynamic biological tissues. The fast frame rate of the DMD up to 16 kHz can also be exploited for increasing the number of controlling modes. However, the manipulation of large pattern data and efficient calculation of the optimized pattern remained as an issue. In this work, we demonstrate the enhancement factor more than 100,000 in focusing through scattering media by using 1 Mega controlling modes of a DMD. Through careful synchronization between a DMD, a photo-detector and an additional computer for parallel optimization, we achieved the unprecedented enhancement factor with 75 mins of the optimization time. We discuss the design principles of the system and the possible applications of the enhanced light focusing.
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Hyeonseung Yu, KyeoReh Lee, and YongKeun Park "Ultra-high enhancement of light focusing through disordered media controlled by mega-pixel modes (Conference Presentation)", Proc. SPIE 10073, Adaptive Optics and Wavefront Control for Biological Systems III, 100730R (2 May 2017); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2251578
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