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7 October 2020 Holographic lensless quantitative phase imaging microscope
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Proceedings Volume 11571, Optics Frontier Online 2020: Optics Imaging and Display; 1157111 (2020) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2580516
Event: Optics Frontiers Online 2020: Optics Imaging and Display (OFO-1), 2020, Shanghai, China
Abstract
In this paper, a holographic lensless quantitative phase imaging (QPI) microscope is presented, which is composed of a CMOS detector image sensor with a programmable color LED matrix, without any lens and mechanical displacement device. Such a miniaturized system can provide a field-portable cost-effective platform for highthroughput quantification of multiple samples. Coordinating the self-developed software operating system, the bright-field imaging, the quantitative phase imaging as well as cell counting, profile analysis, three-dimensional (3D) imaging and differential interference contrast (DIC) imaging can be realized. With its high-resolution based computational microscopy interface, this system can be also adaptively used for telemedicine applications and point-of-care testing (POCT) in resource-limited environments.
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Linpeng Lu, Xiangyu Zhang, Jiasong Sun, Jialin Zhang, Yao Fan, Qian Chen, and Chao Zuo "Holographic lensless quantitative phase imaging microscope", Proc. SPIE 11571, Optics Frontier Online 2020: Optics Imaging and Display, 1157111 (7 October 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2580516
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