University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison United States
The report summarizes our efforts on this project. We investigated a novel method of reconstructing images of scenes purely from their time responses. Our reconstructions are not affected by diffraction and thereby allow for imaging with high-resolution over large theoretically unlimited distances. We describe several attempts at development of reconstruction methods and demonstrate a method that can reconstruct the geometry of realistic sparse swarms of objects. We demonstrate the method in simulation and experiment. We believe this work creates a viable new form of imaging with intriguing properties and definite strengths compared to existing approaches.