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Journal of Electronic Imaging


Electronic Imaging & Signal Processing

A camera that never overexposes an image
A technique based on computational photography enables camera sensors to reset when there is excess light in the field of view, protecting the resultant image from the effects of overexposure.
Nanoformulated compound derivatives naphthalocyanines enable dual-color photoacoustic demarking of lymph node networks.
20 November 2015
Spectral-spatial sharpening of images is achieved by numerically embedding line targets in obtained imagery, and by minimizing the differences between high-spatial-resolution and observed spectral signatures.
10 November 2015
A combination of optics coding and digital processing enhances the capabilities of traditional light microscopes, enabling acquisition of information such as phase, which cannot otherwise be captured.
4 November 2015
Compensating for modal scrambling during illumination and detection enables the use of multimode fibers to transmit high-contrast, confocal images for endoscopic applications.
16 October 2015
Several optical components, such as multi-wavelength lasers and sensitive focal plane arrays, need to be combined to achieve a successful preemptive directional IR countermeasures system.
13 October 2015
Alexander Oraevsky: Optoacoustic imaging overcomes challenge of scattering in tissue

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