Abstract

We demonstrate a single-shot miniature 3D computational microscope with an optimized phase encoder. Our method uses sparsity-based reconstruction to achieve a 2.76-m lateral and 15،nm axial resolution across most of the 900 x 700 x 390،nm3 volume.

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