Abstract

In this paper, we present a new approach for three-dimensional reconstruction and biovolume estimation of some species of diatoms. An optofluidic platform, composed by an optical tweezer and holographic modulus, is employed to retrieve several holograms at different angular positions, which are processed by the shape from silhouette algorithm to estimate the 3D shape of the cells.

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