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Ultrahigh-speed spatial pattern projection using a nonlinear optical time lens for fast single-pixel imaging

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We present a method for projecting programmable spatial patterns at a rate of 289 Gpixels/s using a nonlinear optical time lens. Using this projector, we demonstrate high-speed single-pixel imaging using compressed sensing.

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