Industry has joined the race to build a universal quantum computer. But the task is daunting.
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By using spatially separated but correlated photons or classical fields, it’s possible to image an object using light that has never touched it. The results illuminate some interesting theory—and point to new imaging applications.
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OSA Centennial Staff
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Mid-IR 3D Imaging with an Ordinary CCD Camera
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