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Video-rate three-dimensional optical coherence tomography
Most current optical coherence tomography systems provide two-dimensional cross-sectional or en face images. Successive adjacent images have to be acquired to reconstruct three-dimensional objects, which can be time consuming. Here we demonstrate three-dimensional optical coherence tomography (3D OCT) at video rate. A 58 by 58 smart-pixel detector array was employed. A sample volume of 210x210x80 µm 3 (corresponding to 58x58x58 voxels) was imaged at 25 Hz. The longitudinal and transversedoi:10.1364/oe.10.000429 pmid:19436377 fatcat:udg63ddtfvbglosah7rhrktomq