This research proposes a newly developed stray light filter, which might significantly eliminate the stray light
and ghost image effect for the non-contact con-focal microscopy system handled by (Digital Micromirror Device,
DMD) devise. DMD devise, which was introduced by Taxes instrument under advanced technology of
Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems, MEMS, could be the replacement of traditional scanning system. The
employment of DMD system takes advantages of fast scanning rate, better resolution, simplifies optical system.
However, traditional confocal microscopy system with pinhole will lead to light starving and potentially higher
signal to noise ratio. Without pinhole, the stray light and ghost image effect might complicate the signal
measurement. A newly developed stray light filter will be presented in this research in order to eliminate the
potential stray light and ghost image without sacrifice of luminance. It indicated that not only optical system could
be much simplified but also resolution could be one step higher because neither pinhole nor CCD camera lens will
be employed in this system. Experimental results will be shown in this research demonstrating an increase in
contrast up to 60%.