Recent Research Using Meadowlark Optics Spatial Light Modulators

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Author: Anna Linnenberger
Friday, September 4, 2020
Meadowlark Optics Inc.

This ever-evolving collection of recent research using Meadowlark Optics Spatial Light Modulators offers a brief overview of specific applications in which Meadowlark Optics’ Spatial Light Modulators are most commonly used. Citations to published research are included within each application space listed in this document. Some key application spaces include: Imaging in Scattering or Turbid Media, Volumetric Imaging, Optogenetics, Fiber-based Optical Manipulation, PSF Engineering, just to name a few. Please note that this document is not comprehensive and is ever-expanding. Please contact a Meadowlark Optics Solutions Engineer for more information on our Spatial Light Modulators or other Polarization Components.

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