In recent years, rapid developments in imaging concepts and computational methods have given rise to a new generation of imaging technologies based on chaos. These chaos-inspired imaging technologies (CI2-Tech) consist of two directions: non-invasive and invasive. Non-invasive imaging, a much older research direction with a goal of imaging through scattering layers, has reached faster, smarter, and sharper imaging capabilities in recent years. The invasive imaging direction is based on exploiting the chaos to achieve imaging characteristics and increase dimensionalities beyond the limits of conventional imagers. In this roadmap, the current and future challenges in invasive and non-invasive imaging technologies are presented.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)
- Physics and Astronomy (all)