1. Adaptive coherence volume in full-field optical coherence tomography

    Adaptive coherence volume in full-field optical coherence tomography

    Optical sectioning is instrumental for the observation of extended biological samples. It allows the observation of only a slice of the sample while rejecting contributions from out of focus depths. The acquisition of the whole volume then requires an axial displacement of the sample or the focus. To satisfy Nyquist sampling, this axial displacement has to be equal to half the axial resolution. As lateral and axial resolutions are coupled by the numerical aperture of the microscope objective in most imaging techniques, high-resolution imaging of a volume is a time-consuming task, especially caused by the slow axial scanning. Here, we ...

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