B-PHOT research on subjective perception of speckle is picked up by the Virtual Journal of Biomedical Optics

December 18, 2014 at 14:02

B-PHOT researcher Stijn Roelandt recently conducted research on the subjective perception of speckle by a human observer, which was published in Optics Express*. The rising interest in this research has resulted in the paper being selected for publication in the most recent issue of the  Virtual Journal for Biomedical Optics (VJBO), which is a special feature of OSA's Optics InfoBase


Every month, the Editors review articles in the biomedical field that have been published in OSA journals other than Biomedical Optics Express and choose appropriate articles for inclusion in VJBO.

* S. Roelandt, Y. Meuret, A. Jacobs, K. Willaert, P. Janssens, H. Thienpont, and G. Verschaffelt, "Human speckle perception threshold for still images from a laser projection system," Opt. Express  22, 23965-23979 (2014).

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