Abstract

We present compact, portable and inexpensive interferometric systems for obtaining highly stable, easy-to-align holograms under low-coherence illumination, and use them for quantitative, label-free imaging of live cells and transparent elements with nano-scale thickness.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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