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The reviewed paper is Rapid-scanning forward-imaging miniature endoscope for real-time optical coherence tomography. One advantage of forward-viewing OCT endoscope over transverse-imaging counterpart is that it eliminates the need for mechanically actuating the entire endoscope assembly or a rotational fiber-optic coupler. Another possible merit is that the lateral-priority image acquisition sequence greatly reduces the depth-scanning speed. […]

This old paper introduced two setups of forward-viewing instruments for optical coherence tomography (OCT). In the beginning, the author mentioned one advantage of forward-viewing devices: permitting data to be collected before the device is introduced into the tissue. I assume it’s because of forward-viewing OCT’s characteristics. Two setups were proposed: a hand-held probe, and a […]

By the end of February 2022: Demonstrate the first workable fluid-shaped probe; Should be able to achieve reflecting and focusing; By the end of March 2022: Polish the result, including optimizing resolution, depth of focus, reflectance, and back-reflection Apply it to animal imaging to demonstrate ex vivo and in vivo imaging; Start writing the manuscript. […]

The paper ‘Fabrication of diffractive optical elements by programmable thermocapillary shaping of thin liquid films‘ proposed a new method to fabricate diffractive optical elements, that is, using the variable temperature distribution to induces surface tension gradients in the polymer-air interface. Gradient surface tension leads to the deformation of the interface, and the two-dimensional temperature distribution […]

If you are interested in this paper Shot-noise limited, supercontinuum-based optical coherence tomography, please find it here. Main contribution Current supercontinuum (SC) -based SD-OCT system cannot be operated in the shot-noise limited area because of its strong pulse-to-pulse relative intensity noise of the supercontinuum source. The authors propose an all-normal dispersion (ANDi) fiber based supercontinuum […]

1 Ultrahigh-resolution, high-speed, Fourier domain optical coherence tomography and methods for dispersion compensation In OCT, dispersion compensation is usually performed by matching the optical materials and path lengths in the two interferometer arms. Dispersion can also be compensated by using numerical techniques. Principle of SD-OCT: The sample is illuminated with broadband light. Backreflected or backscattered […]

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