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Three-dimensional quantitative phase imaging: Current and future perspectives

NM Dragomir, XM Goh, A Roberts

Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging - Proceedings of SPIE | Published : 2008


Great effort has been made in the recent past to develop new non-destructive imaging modalities for both two and three dimensional objects, based on the phase properties of a specimen. Quantitative phase tomography (QPT) is a hybrid technique that has been proposed to provide three-dimensional (3D) refractive index (RI) profiling of irregular phase objects by combining transverse phase measurements with traditional tomographic reconstruction techniques. This profiling is accomplished through measurements of sets of projections which are ultimately related to the RI values of the object's transverse cross-section. This is particularly useful for 3D refractive index determination of specimens ..

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