Welcome to the Computational Optics Lab's gigapixel video viewing platform, through which we can present raw and final composite images captured by our suite of multi-camera array microscopes. Please refer to the following publications listed below for additional information about this collection of computational microscopes, as well as our project page . Additional information about this technology can also be found at Ramona Optics .
K. C. Zhou, M. Harfouche, C. L. Cooke, J. Park, P. C. Konda, L. Kreiss, K. Kim, J. Jonsson, T. Doman, P. Reamey, V. Saliu, C. B. Cook, M. Zheng, J. P. Bechtel, A. Begue, M. McCarroll, J. Bagwell, G. Horstmeyer, M. Bagnat and R. Horstmeyer, "Parallelized computational 3D video microscopy of freely moving organisms at multiple gigapixels per second," Accepted to Nature Photonics (2023).
M. Harfouche, K. Kim, P. C. Konda, S. Sharma, E. E. Thomson, K. C. Zhou, C. Cooke, S. Xu, X. Yang, X. Yao, V. Pathak, R. Appel. C. Cooke, J. Doman, G. Horstmeyer, J. Park, P. Reamey, V. Saliu, E. Naumann and R. Horstmeyer , "Multi-scale gigapixel microscopy using a multi-camera array microscope," Accepted to Optica (2023).
X. Yang, M. Harfouche, K. C. Zhou, L. Kreiss, S. Xu, K. Kim, R. Horstmeyer, "Multimodal imaging using a cascaded microscope design," Accepted to Optics Letters (2023).
E. E. Thomson, M. Harfouche, P. C Konda, C. Seitz, K. Kim, C. Cooke, S. Xu, R. Blazing, Y. Chen, W. S. Jacobs, S. Sharma, T. W. Dunn, J. Park, R. Horstmeyer* and E. A. Naumann*, "Gigapixel imaging with a novel multi-camera array microscope," eLife 11, e74988 (2022) (*co-corresponding authors).