Abstract

We demonstrate a high-speed, single-pixel, line-scanned temporally focused microscope for wide-field multi-photon imaging in scattering medium such as the brain. By combining patterned illumination and compressive reconstruction we image fluorescent bead samples at up to 500 fps over a 150×100 µm2 imaging FOV.

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