Method of Using Polarization Differencing to Improve Vision
Pugh, Edward N.
Rowe, Manoel P.
Tyo, J. Scott
Engheta, Nader Jr.
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The present invention is directed to a system, which uses polarized light difference to improve vision. The system obtains an image at a first polarization direction. The system then obtains an image at a second orthogonal polarization direction. The second orthogonal polarization value is subtracted from the first value. The difference value is then amplified in order to provide an enhanced image.
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