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Machine Learning Tool Helps Optical Tomography Reaches Micrometer Resolution

News   Aug 28, 2019 | Original story from Duke University Pratt School of Engineering

 
 Machine Learning Tool  Helps Optical Tomography Reaches Micrometer Resolution

The image quality of a normal OCT scan (left) and a new OCRT scan (right) are demonstrated with a mouse vas deferens sample. Note how the OCT scan quickly deteriorates with depth while the OCTR scan produces a complete image (top), and the increase in fine detail and reduction in noise between the two (bottom). Credit: Kevin Zhou, Duke University

 
 
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