We demonstrate experimentally multiplexed single-shot ptychography. Specifically, we present a polarization-resolved single-shot ptychographic microscope, where the orthogonally polarized amplitudes and phases of a polarization-sensitive object are reconstructed from ptychographic data recorded in a single camera exposure. Moreover, the amplitudes, phases, and polarization states of the probe beams are also recovered. That is, altogether we decipher eight images from single-shot ptychographic data. This work is an important step towards experimental demonstration of time-resolved imaging by multiplexed ptychography.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics