Wavefront Coding: Better 3D Images

Light field microscopy is pretty amazing. It was first presented by Leroy et. al in 2006 and 2009 and then improved upon in 2013. It’s a method that allows for single-snapshot, volumetric imaging. In short, it works by using a micro-lens array in the optical path of a fluorescence microscope and records both the spatial and angular distribution of the light to reconstruct full, three-dimensional images. But it has some limitations, namely, it can only […]