Digital holographic microscopy
Testing and validation > Microscopy
DHM relies on computing power to interpret an interference pattern produced by shining a laser onto a sample to produce a three dimensional image.
List of Available Tools
Tool Make and Model
Lyncee Tec T1001 (UniSA)
Digital holographic microscope
Widely used for imaging of channel geometries in microfluidic devices for process control quality assurance and product validation. It can be used to assist in the static and dynamic 3D characterisation of samples and quantitative characterisation of cells (including live cells).
Gives information on specimen surface, shape, material and internal structure or defects. Other applications include: defect inspection, MEMS measurement, surface topography, surface finish and structured thin films.
Provides 3D imaging magnification up to 20,000 x field of view up to 10 cm x 10 cm, digital image capture and analysis.
Suitable for transparent or semi-transparent samples.