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3D Depth Capture and Imaging for Microscopy

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Abstract

In this tutorial, first, I will explain and compare general 3D capture technologies such as stereo camera method, time-of-flight method, structured light method, lens array pickup method and coded aperture method. Then, I will discuss in detail the principles, advantages and disadvantages of 3D capture and imaging methods for microscopy of some specific methods such as light field imaging, digital holographic microscopy, and ptychography. I will briefly explain the principles of some other interesting methods such as ghost imaging and image generation from light passed through scattering media.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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