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Ghost imaging with atoms

Khakimov, Roman; Henson, Bryce; Shin, Dong Ki (David); Hodgman, Sean; Dall, Robert; Baldwin, Kenneth; Truscott, Andrew


Ghost imaging is a counter-intuitive phenomenon—first realized in quantum optics — that enables the image of a two-dimensional object (mask) to be reconstructed using the spatio-temporal properties of a beam of particles with which it never interacts. Typically, two beams of correlated photons are used: one passes through the mask to a single-pixel (bucket) detector while the spatial profile of the other is measured by a high-resolution (multi-pixel) detector. The second beam never interacts...[Show more]

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Date published: 2016
Type: Journal article
Source: Nature
DOI: 10.1038/nature20154


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