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Depth tracking using a multi-aperture microscope

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Abstract

We present a multi-aperture gigapixel microscope that is capable of imaging a 600cm2 area at 10 micrometer resolution and can simultaneously track the depth of objects within the scene. We demonstrate this capability by tracking freely swimming zebrafish larvae in a large petri dish.

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