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Real-time digital holography of the retina by principal component analysis

  title={Real-time digital holography of the retina by principal component analysis},
  author={Léo Puyo and Loic Bellonnet-Mottet and Antoine Martin and Francois Te and Michel P{\^a}ques and Michael Atlan},
  journal={arXiv: Medical Physics},
We demonstrate the feasibility of high-quality digital holography of the human retina in real-time with a fast camera and commodity computer hardware. High throughput rendering of digital Fresnel holograms from optically-acquired inline interferograms is performed in conjunction with temporal demodulation by projection of hologram sequences onto a data-derived basis in order to discriminate local narrowband coherent detection contrasts, mostly due to blood flow and optical absorption, from… 

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