Single-photon sensitive light-in-fight imaging

@inproceedings{Gariepy2015SinglephotonSL,
  title={Single-photon sensitive light-in-fight imaging},
  author={Genevieve Gariepy and Nikola Krstaji{\'c} and Robert K. Henderson and Chunyong Li and Robert R. Thomson and Gerald S. Buller and Barmak Heshmat and Ramesh Raskar and Jonathan Leach and Daniele Faccio},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2015}
}
The ability to record images with extreme temporal resolution enables a diverse range of applications, such as fluorescence lifetime imaging, time-of-flight depth imaging and characterization of ultrafast processes. Recently, ultrafast imaging schemes have emerged, which require either long acquisition times or raster scanning and have a requirement for sufficient signal that can only be achieved when light is reflected off an object or diffused by a strongly scattering medium. Here we present… CONTINUE READING
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