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Technologies

Laboratory Inline DHM (digital holographic microscopy) system and Hologram Processing Software (HOLO4D)

Features
  • Spatially and temporally resolving various microscopic samples (cells, micro-organisms, opaque particles…)

    • 5X-40X magnification, FOV: 800 µm × 600 µm with 1 µm resolution at 20X magnification
    • Resolvable movement speed: up to hundreds µm/s
  • Volumetric 3D measurements with no need of mechanical scan

    • Extended depth of field (up to 2mm at 20X magnification)
    • Retrieval of samples’ out-of-plane position
    • The HOLO4D software numerically scans the sample volume and automatically identifies, refocuses to, and quantify the objects of interest.
  • Easiness-to-use

    • No optical table is needed to accommodate the portable DHM system.
    • Minimum experience is required for operating the system and the HOLO4D software.
  • Expandable module

    • The GPU module is available for accelerated data processing.
    • Additional hardware or software phase retrieval modules
    • Customizable machine learning modality to achieve diverse functionalities

Educational lensless DHM systems and Hologram Processing Software (HOLO4D)

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Features
  • Parts able to be 3D printed, assembled, dissembled by the user

    • The system can be used as an extracurricular project.
  • Ready-to-observe samples come with the system.

  • Two working mode: upright mode for glass slides, sideway mode for cuvettes

  • Resolving various microscopic samples (cells, micro-organisms, opaque particles…)

  • 3D measurements with no need of mechanical scan

    • Automatic refocusing
  • Easiness-to-use

    • No optical table is needed to accommodate the DHM system.
    • Minimum experience is required for operating the system and the HOLO4D software.

Field Deployable DHM system and Hologram Processing Software (HOLO4D)

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Sample 3D trajectories of wildtype and mutant A. Brasilense bacteria measured by the DHM system and HOLO4D software