Digital holographic microscopy is a promising imaging technique for visualizing label-free transparent cells . Its drawback is a bulky optics to introduce reference light. We have proposed reference-free holographic imaging with randomly encoded diffraction [2-5]. This approach simplifies the optical hardware in holographic imaging. In this study, we extend the method to a three-dimensional case while keeping its simplicity.
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