Feature Of The Week 9/4/11: Researchers at Ludwig-Maximilians University Continue to Blaze Trails Developing High Performance Swept Source OCT Technology and Its Application in Medical Imaging
Researchers at Ludwig-Maximilians University continue to blaze trails in their work developing high performance swept source optical coherence tomography technology and the application of that technology in medical imaging. The Fourier-domain mode locked laser (FDML) together with tapped-delay line sweep-rate multipliers, light delivery and calibration optics, novel frame averaging and sampling techniques, wide FOV scanning technology, and high speed signal processing and visualization technology are impressive and will clearly have a significant impact on future medical imaging systems and ultimately patient care. Below is a presentation on some of their work entitled “(Multi-) MHz FDML OCT: Retinal imaging at up to 6.7 million axial scans per second”.
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