Extended Field-of-view and Increased-signal 3D Holographic Illumination with Time-division Multiplexing

@inproceedings{Yang2016ExtendedFA,
  title={Extended Field-of-view and Increased-signal 3D Holographic Illumination with Time-division Multiplexing},
  author={Samuel J. Yang and William E. Allen and Isaac Kauvar and Aaron S. Andalman and Noah P. Young and Christina K Kim and James H. Marshel and Gordon Wetzstein and Karl Deisseroth},
  year={2016}
}
We both extend the field-of-view and increase the signal in two-photon computer generated holography by using galvanometer mirrors to time-sequentially reposition multiple 3D holograms. We apply this toward 3D two-photon in vivo neuronal calcium imaging. 

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