Abstract

The use of femtosecond laser radiation and super bright white LED in digital lensless holographic microscopy is presented. The broadband emission of both sources allows the multispectral imaging of biological samples to obtain spectral responses and/or full color images of the microscopic specimens. The simple, solid, compact, lightweight, and reliable architecture of digital lensless holographic microscopy allows the recovering of images that exhibit spatial resolution in the micrometer range.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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