Abstract

We both extend the field-of-view and increase the signal in two-photon computer generated holography by using galvanometer mirrors to time-sequentially reposition multiple 3D holograms. We apply this toward 3D two-photon in vivo neuronal calcium imaging.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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