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First fundus camera image acquired at 1050 nm. Preliminary results
(a) Hyperspectral imaging system for the dynamic recording of the ocular fundus. (b) Ocular fundus image acquired illuminating the retinal layer with LEDs which peak wavelength is 670 nm. (c) Ocular fundus image acquired illuminating the retinal layer with LEDs which peak wavelength is 1050 nm.
TempoRAl Focusing microscopy with single-pIXel detection (TRAFIX) principle of operation
TRAFIX is a ground-breaking microscope capable of revealing ‘hidden’ processes responsible for diseases such as cancer. It obtains wide field-of-view images from inside scattering media like tissue without any prior knowledge of the target or the image, by using a combination of techniques including temporal focusing and single-pixel detection. Find out more at
Imaging and Analysis Tools for Optogenetic Cardiac Electrophysiology
Optogenetic arrhythmia termination of a murine heart using a 10 ms pulse.