New publication in Nature Communications combining acoustic trapping and OCT

The paper titled “Ultrasound-induced reorientation for multi-angle optical coherence tomography” by Mia Kvåle Løvmo, Shiyu Deng, Simon Moser, Rainer Leitgeb, Wolfgang Drexler and Monika Ritsch-Marte was recently published in Nature Communications.

The subprojects in Multi-Modal Imaging and Imaging of Trapped Particles joined forces and developed a novel strategy for acquiring multi-angle OCT by acoustic object reorientation.

Along with a model-based algorithm to fuse the multi-angle data from a priori unknown illumination angles, the strategy enables 3D reconstruction of samples such as embryos and organoids.