|Title||Laser interference fringe tomography: a novel 3D imaging technique for pathology|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Year of Publication||2011|
|Authors||Kazemzadeh, F., T. M. Haylock, L. M. Chifman, A. R. Hajian, B. B. Behr, A. T. Cenko, J. T. Meade, and J. Hendriske|
|Conference Name||SPIE: Biomedical Applications of Light Scattering V|
|Conference Location||San Francisco, USA|
Laser interference fringe tomography (LIFT) is within the class of optical imaging devices designed for in-vivo and ex-vivo medical imaging applications. LIFT is a very simple and cost-effective three-dimensional imaging device with performance rivaling some of the leading three-dimensional imaging devices used for histology. Like optical coherence tomography (OCT), it measures the reflectivity as a function of depth within a sample and is capable of producing three-dimensional images from optically scattering media. LIFT has the potential capability to produce high spectral resolution, full-color images. The optical design of LIFT along with the planned iterations for improvements and miniaturization are presented and discussed in addition to the theoretical concepts and preliminary imaging results of the device.