Time-multiplexed structured illumination using a DMD for optical diffraction tomography.

@article{Lee2017TimemultiplexedSI,
  title={Time-multiplexed structured illumination using a DMD for optical diffraction tomography.},
  author={KyeoReh Lee and Kyoohyun Kim and Geon Kim and Seungwoo Shin and Yongkeun Park},
  journal={Optics letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={42 5},
  pages={
          999-1002
        }
}
We present a time-multiplexing structured illumination control technique for optical diffraction tomography (ODT). Instead of tilting the angle of illumination, time-multiplexed sinusoidal illumination is exploited using a digital micromirror device (DMD). The present method effectively eliminates unwanted diffracted beams from binary DMD patterns, which deteriorates the image quality of the ODT in the previous binary Lee hologram method. We experimentally show the feasibility and advantage of… 
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