Imaging Pressure, Cells and Light Fields
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CitationOrth, Antony G. 2014. Imaging Pressure, Cells and Light Fields. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
AbstractImaging systems often make use of macroscopic lenses to manipulate light. Modern microfabrication techniques, however, have opened up a pathway to the development of novel arrayed imaging systems. In such systems, centimeter-scale areas can contain thousands to millions of micro-scale optical elements, presenting exciting opportunities for new imaging applications. We show two such applications in this thesis: pressure sensing in microfluidics and high throughput fluorescence microscopy for high content screening. Conversely, we show that arrayed elements are not always needed for three dimensional light field imaging.
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