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Algorithmic self-calibration of illumination angles in Fourier ptychographic microscopy

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Fourier ptychography is a computational illumination method for gigapixel-scale reconstruction of high-resolution phase and amplitude information from low-resolution images. We describe an algorithmic self-calibration method for illumination angles and apply it to a dual-axis galvo system with laser illumination.

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