Holographic optical sectioning using off-axis-image plane holography has been combined with microscopy. Various
optical configurations have been used, including grating interferometers and Mach Zehnder forms of interferometers.
Experimental results are presented, using various mounted specimens.
Holographic methods for imaging into scattering volume media are described. The holography is carried out with light that has reduced coherence, either spatial coherence or temporal coherence or both, leading to either confocal imaging or photon migration imaging.
We describe a number of methods for imaging into and through highly scattering media, all based in optical imaging processing methods. We describe methods that describe image formation in scattering media in new ways that complement transport theory and other traditional ways.