Abstract

This paper discusses the features of determining the coordinates of biological particles when digital holographic video is used. Experimental results are presented that show that it is possible to take into account rotational motion of a particle. The possibility of refining the coordinates of a particle by using a two-aspect holographic layout is experimentally investigated, taking into account the influence of the water–glass–air optical system.

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