Light-field micrograph viewer
Images of various specimens (can you guess what they are?) recorded using a microscope lens with 100x magnification, and a numerical aperture of 1.4 (f-number: 0.54). Multiple images of the same object were acquired using a translating pinhole placed conjuate to the microscope's pupil. This allows different rays of light emmanating from the object to be captured during sequential exposures. To interact with the image, Wave the mouse cursor over it. Click on the thumbnail images to view different objects. Best viewed on a desktop machine. Unfortunately, on tablets and laptops this can look pretty laggy.