Lens-free Multi-Laser Spectral Light-Field Fusion Microscopy

  • Farnoud Kazemzadeh University of Waterloo
  • Alexander Wong University of Waterloo

Abstract

We present a device and method for performing lens-free spectral
light-field fusion microscopy at sub-pixel resolutions while taking
advantage of the large field-of-view capability. A collection of
lasers at different wavelengths is used in pulsed mode and enables
the capture of interferometric light-field encodings of a specimen
placed near the detector. Numerically fusing the spectral complex
light-fields obtained from the encodings produces an image of the
specimen at higher resolution and signal-to-noise-ratio while suppressing
various aberrations and artifacts.

Published
2015-12-15
How to Cite
Kazemzadeh, F., & Wong, A. (2015). Lens-free Multi-Laser Spectral Light-Field Fusion Microscopy. Journal of Computational Vision and Imaging Systems, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.15353/vsnl.v1i1.40
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