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Picosecond Camera for Time-of-Flight Imaging

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We present an ultra-fast imaging system capable of capturing images with picosecond time resolution or movies with a frame rate of 5·1011 frames per second. We demonstrate the use of this system to analyze subsurface scattering and multibounce light transport. We present an analysis of scattering in different materials and review some of the applications of multibounce light transport.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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