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2 July 2003 Application of spatial light modulators for new modalities in spectrometry and imaging
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We have constructed an adaptive digitally tuned light source in the form of a de-dispersive imaging spectrograph in both the visible and near infrared spectral regions capable of illuminating a sample with appropriate energy weighted spectral bands or spatio-spectral bands that relate only to the constituents of interest to the investigator. The energy from each of the spectral resolution elements can be digitally modulated to provide a tuned weighted spectral output. A tuned light source based on this technology was adapted for use in a conventional imaging microscope system to enable direct measure of spatio-spectral features of interest. Some imagery resulting from preliminary tests on colon tissue biopsies are presented.
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Richard A. DeVerse, Ronald Raphael Coifman, Andreas C. Coppi, William G. Fateley, Frank Geshwind, Robert M. Hammaker, Sam Valenti, Fred J. Warner, and Gus L. Davis "Application of spatial light modulators for new modalities in spectrometry and imaging", Proc. SPIE 4959, Spectral Imaging: Instrumentation, Applications, and Analysis II, (2 July 2003); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.477941
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