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The problem of limited field of view when visualizing biomedical specimens with high-magnification microscopes can be solved by using image mosaicing or image stitching technique to merge multiple microscopic images acquired from the specimens to create a seamless stitched image. The image mosaicing technique is commonly used in automatically map… (More)
In this paper, we demonstrated a handheld confocal fluorescence microscope using dual-axis confocal architecture with a microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) scanner. The laser sources for the microscope are both in visible (660 nm) and near-infrared (778 nm) wavelengths. The microscope will be used for in vivo cervical cancer screening in real-time with… (More)
Our work demonstrated a MEMS based handheld dual-axis confocal microscope for cervical cancer screening. Imaging demonstration is performed with plants and animal tissue biopsies. The data is collected and displayed in real time with 2-5 Hz.