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Tiny lensless endoscope captures 3-D images of objects smaller than a cell (phys.org)
42 points by bookofjoe 64 days ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 5 comments

It'd be nice to see a few of the images. Did I miss a link to them?

It looks like the images will be part of the presentation at the frontiers in optics conference next month.

Nanolive.ch is doing this quite well, high enough resolution to make structures like mitochondria clearly visible. Also able to make time lapse of living cells. (I don’t have any business connection to Nanolive, just an Instagram follower)

Where’s the photos guys?!

At 200 microns across, I'd be worried about inadvertently causing puncture wounds. (Might be an unfounded worry.)

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