Abstract

We present a new interferometric imaging approach that allows for multiple-depth imaging in a single acquisition, using off-axis low-coherence holographic multiplexing. This technique enables sectioned imaging of multiple slices within a thick sample, in a single image acquisition. Each slice has a distinct off-axis interference fringe orientation indicative of its axial location, and the camera acquires the multiplexed hologram containing the different slices at once. We demonstrate the proposed technique for amplitude and phase imaging of optically thick samples.

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» Visualization 1       The off-axis holograms (left) and their corresponding power spectra (right) obtained at the maximum fringe visibility (bottom) during axial scanning of the sample containing only a single layered mirror.

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