Abstract

We present an experimental implementation of the recently proposed dual-space microscopy (DSM), an optical microscopy technique based on simultaneous observation of an object in the position and momentum spaces, using computer-controlled hemispherical digital condensers. We demonstrate that DSM is capable of resolving structures below the Rayleigh resolution limit.

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