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Spatial light modulator in Python

Project description


Spatial light modulator in Python.

Main Features

  • 2D and 3D STED masks
  • multiple passes
  • Zernike aberration control


To install slm in Windows, follow the steps below.

  • You should first install the following software requirements:
    • Anaconda for Python 3. This includes Python as well as some necessary scientific libraries.
    • Git. This is necessary for the automatic version numbering of this package. Also, make sure you choose Git from the command line and also 3rd-party software in Adjusting your PATH environment.
  • Clone this repository using Git. From any folder in File Explorer, right-click and hit Git Bash here. Paste git clone and hit enter. Do not use GitHub's Download ZIP button above, as the installation script will not work in that case.
  • Finally, double-click on install.bat.

To run the GUI, double-click on run.bat.

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