Structured and patterned light techniques have recently gained a significant amount of attention for optical imaging and measurements. Depending on the application, these techniques can enhance resolution, reduce background noise, allow for ultrafast imaging, or enable hyperspectral analysis. Multiplexed structtired image capture (MJSIC) is an imaging technique that uses unique periodic patterning of light just prior to imaging by a camera. The periodic structtired light allows for image information to be kept separate in the Fourier domain, allowing for multiple images to be simultaneously acquired and stored on one sensor, effectively multiplexing images. The captured images can be recovered via simple Fourier analysis. This work showcases some of the unique measurements enabled by this technique.

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