4 edition of Digital holographic microscopy found in the catalog.
Digital holographic microscopy
Myung K. Kim
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Myung K. Kim|
|Series||Springer series in optical sciences -- 162, Springer series in optical sciences -- v. 162.|
|LC Classifications||TA1542 .K56 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|ISBN 10||9781441977922, 9781441977939|
|LC Control Number||2011931894|
Digital Holographic Microscopy (DHM) is a label-free imaging technique allowing visualization of transparent cells with classical imaging cell culture plates. The quantitative DHM phase contrast image provided is related both to the intracellular refractive index and to cell thickness. Digital holographic microscopy distinguishes itself from other microscopy methods by not recording the projected image of the object. Instead, the light wave front information originating from the object is digitally recorded as a hologram, from which a computer calculates the object image by using a numerical reconstruction algorithm.
We jointly invite you to submit a paper for this special issue dedicated to digital holographic microscopy and its applications. The scope of this issue likewise embraces related techniques, such as lensless digital holography, in-line digital holography, terahertz digital holography, phase retrieval imaging, and phase contrast imaging techniques. 4 Incoherent Digital Holographic Microscopy with Coherent and Incoherent Light An experiment showing the recording of a color ﬂuorescence hologram was car- .
Digital holographic microscopy is an emerging modality that offers capability of quantitative phase imaging (QPI) of transparent unstained cells in their most natural state. While phasesensitive imaging methodologies such as dark-field, phase contrast and differential interference contrast are known for several decades, they cannot provide quantitative phase . Market Overview The global Digital Holographic Microscopy (DHM) market size is expected to gain market growth in the forecast period of to , with a CAGR of xx% in the forecast period of to and will expected to reach USD xx .
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Digital holography is an emerging field of new paradigm in general imaging applications. The book presents an introduction to the theoretical and numerical principles and reviews the research and development activities in digital holography, with emphasis on the microscopy techniques and : Hardcover.
In digital holographic microscopy, a single hologram is used to numerically focus on the holographic image at any distance [ 18,19 ].
Direct access to the phase information leads to quantitative phase microscopy with nanometer sensitivity of transparent or reflective phase objects, [ 20,21 ] and allows further manipulations.
Chapter: Digital Holographic Microscopy for3D Imaging of Complex Fluids and Biological Systems--Vinothan N. Manoharan Get This Book Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Digital Holographic Microscopy: Principles, Techniques, and Applications, by Dr.
Myung K. Kim, is intended to provide a brief but consistent introduction to Digital holographic microscopy book principles of digital holography as well as to give an organized overview of the large number of techniques and applications being developed.
This will also shed some light on the range. Digital Holographic Microscopy: Principles, Techniques, and Applications, by Dr.
Myung K. Kim, Digital holographic microscopy book intended to provide a brief but consistent introduction to the principles of digital holography as well as to give an organized overview of the large number of techniques and applications being developed.
This will also shed some light on the range Brand: Springer-Verlag New York. 3 Digital Holographic Microscopy Resolution and Performance Optical resolution Resolution between sample and frequency spaces Resolving interference fringes.
4 Design of a Digital Holographic Microscope Digital holographic microscopy Recovery of phase information 2-D phase unwrapping System design. Holographic Microscopy. Holographic microscopy is the most common form of quantitative phase imaging. The HoloMonitor ® live cell time-lapse cytometers employ digital holographic microscopy to allow non-invasive visualization and quantification of living cells without compromising cell integrity.
LynceeTec is pioneer and leader in Digital Holographic Microscopy. LynceeTec Provides solutions in Optical Profilometry & Biological Imaging. Book a remote LIVE-DEMO. Lyncée Tec is happy to partner with One Tree Planted and plants trees for every DHM® system purchased on a remote live-demo basis. Delamination testing of polyurethane pads adhered to polishing tool using a digital holographic nondestructive testing method.
TOPICS: Holograms, Digital holography, Holography, Microscopy, Statistical modeling, Imaging systems, Speckle, Digital. We report on a novel computational technique for automatic numerical refocusing in digital in-line holographic microscopy. It is based on the adaptive filtering of the recorded on-axis hologram to eliminate its background term and extract interference intensity-component connected with light scattered on the sample (interference fringes).
Digital holograms of selected cells were recorded continuously every s over 16 h in a temperature stabilized environment with an inverse digital holographic microscopy setup. DHM has clearly shown that Taxol first induces morphological changes as cell rounding that effects an increase in cell : Iliyan Peruhov, Emilia Mihaylova.
Digital holographic interference microscopy (DHIM) is a combination of the holographic interference microscopy with digital methods of image processing for 3D imaging of phase micro-objects. The holographic phase-contrast or interference-contrast images (interferograms) are recorded by a digital camera from which a computer reconstructs 3D.
This book presents a substantial description of the principles and applications of digital holography. The first part of the book deals with mathematical basics and the linear filtering theory necessary to approach the topic.
There is also a chapter devoted to digital holographic interferometry with applications in holographic microscopy. Digital Holographic Microscopy (DHM ®) offers solutions for static and dynamic 3D characterization in material science and life science applications. The solutions combine DHM ® with hardware, dedicated software, and specific options to respond to the needs of innovative R&D to industrial applications.
The DHM ® technology and products have been developed by. Aimed at addressing the above-mentioned drawbacks, the digital holographic microscopy (DHM), has emerged as a full-field quantitative phase imaging (QPI) modality. One of the initial technological applications of the DHM. It first provides an overview of digital holographic microscopy (DHM) and holographic optical tweezers as well as non-diffracting beam types for minimal-invasive, real-time and marker-free imaging as well as manipulation of micro and nano objects.
The book shows that holographic optical tweezers, including several non-diffracting beam types. Digital Holographic Microscopy (DHM) has emerged as a powerful imaging tool due to its ability to provide quantitative sample morphological data in a label-free manner.
Off-axis holography further opens possibilities of numerical approaches to image analysis and data processing. However, this involves computationally heavy workflows that limit.
Written by leading optical phase microscopy experts, this book is a comprehensive reference to phase microscopy and nanoscopy techniques for biomedical applications, including differential interference contrast (DIC) microscopy, phase contrast microscopy, digital holographic microscopy, optical coherence tomography, tomographic phase microscopy, spectral.
digital holography, digital holographic microscopy, quantitative phase imaging, incoherent digital holography, multimodal imaging, multiwavelength 3D imaging Introduction Holography [ 1 – 4 ] is a technique used to record a wavefront diffracted from an object.
applications and techniques in digital holography such as phase-shifting holog-raphy, low-coherence holography, diffraction tomographic holography, optical scanning holography, sectioning in holography, digital holographic microscopy as well as computer-generated holography inChapters 5–7.
This book is geared. Abstract: We succeeded in 3-D motion-picture imaging for dynamic motion of biological objects swimming at different depths by parallel phase-shifting digital holographic microscopy (PPSDHM). PPSDHM is a technique for high-quality instantaneous 3-D imaging of specimens in the microscopic field of view by single-shot recording of multiple phase-shifted .DHML Publications: BOOK, BOOK CHAPTERS, AND INVITED ARTICLES.
7. MK Kim, Digital Holographic Microscopy: Principles, Techniques, and Applications, (Springer, ) ISBN > Springer 6. DC Clark & MK Kim, “High-precision method for measuring the photothermal properties of transparent media with digital holography,” Chinese Opt. Lett. 9.