Fly-scan high-throughput coded ptychographic microscopy via active micro-vibration and rolling-shutter distortion correction

OPTICS EXPRESS(2024)

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Recent advancements in ptychography have demonstrated the potential of coded ptychography (CP) for high -resolution optical imaging in a lensless configuration. However, CP suffers imaging throughput limitations due to scanning inefficiencies. To address this, we propose what we believe is a novel 'fly-scan' scanning strategy utilizing two eccentric rotating mass (ERM) vibration motors for high-throughput coded ptychographic microscopy. The intrinsic continuity of the 'fly-scan' technique effectively eliminates the scanning overhead typically encountered during data acquisition. Additionally, its randomized scanning trajectory considerably reduces periodic artifacts in image reconstruction. We also developed what we believe to be a novel rolling-shutter distortion correction algorithm to fix the rolling-shutter effects. We built up a low-cost, DIY-made prototype platform and validated our approach with various samples including a resolution target, a quantitative phase target, a thick potato sample and biospecimens. The reported platform may offer a cost-effective and turnkey solution for high-throughput bio-imaging.
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