We utilized a complimentary metal oxide semiconductor video camera for fast f low imaging with the laser Doppler technique. A single sensor is used for both observation of the area of interest and measurements of the interference signal caused by dynamic light scattering from moving particles inside scattering objects. In particular, we demonstrate the possibility of imaging the distribution of the moving red blood cell concentration. This is a first step toward laser Doppler imaging without scanning parts, leading to a much faster imaging procedure than with existing mechanical laser Doppler perfusion imagers.
Serov, A., Steenbergen, W., & de Mul, F. F. M. (2002). Laser Doppler perfusion imaging with a complimentary metal oxide semiconductor image sensor. Optics letters, 27(5), 300-302. https://doi.org/10.1364/OL.27.000300