Beyond line of sight

Coppinger, Rob
October 2012
Electro Optics;Oct2012, Issue 227, p38
The article focuses on the development of an optics method by researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rice University, Harvard University, and the University of Wisconsin which emphasizes on the movement of photons. They believe that the method can be used as non-invasive biomedical imaging. They used ultrafast laser and two dimensional streak camera to analyze light movements. Another possible application is in disaster recovery without risking the lives of rescuers.


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