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Imaging the behavior and neural activity of freely moving organisms with a gigapixel microscope

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Abstract

We present a micro-camera array microscope that images at cellular-level detail across hundreds of square centimeters. We demonstrate how this microscope can image the behavior and fluorescent neural activity of freely swimming zebrafish

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