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A Survey on Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Imaging Aids for Artificial Vision in Professional Environments
Temporary loss of vision linked to bound high-risk skilled activities will increase stress and makes subjects vulnerable to errors that will even cost lives. There is a clear demand for better vision and scenario awareness tools for those users. During this paper, an intensive review of the fundamental theories behind remote sensing is conducted: mechanical waves and electromagnetic waves at optical frequencies are studied from a systems perspective. An analysis covering the key design parts is conducted, from the generation and propagation of the signals involved to knowledge acquisition and technology problems. A word is dedicated to future trends in remote sensing, like metamaterials, terahertz waves, or compressed sensing. Yet, two cases of study aiming at providing the reader with an example set of design necessities and tradeoffs are presented in order to illustrate the difficulties and potentialities of various remote sensing approaches to artificial vision.
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