(Low) coherent imaging: Current State, Trends and Perspectives, Bettina Heise
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(Low) coherent imaging techniques, like optical coherence tomography (OCT) and optical coherence microscopy (OCM), show as label-free imaging techniques their justification for manifold applications with medical or technical background. Over years, in many modifications they have demonstrated their usefulness. But also the developments of new light sources, detectors, illumination and reconstruction concepts have enabled new possibilities for the coherent imaging world. In particular also programmable optics, like spatial light modulators, became important elements for these imaging techniques as well. We will discuss trends and perspectives which can arise for (low) coherent imaging in future, and show some examples in connection with OCT and OCM imaging modalities.