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Researchers at the National University of Defense Technology (NUDT) have used ghost imaging to capture an image of a moving object. The new method, which creates clear reconstructions by combining information found in the blurry images of a moving object with details about the object’s location, could expand applications for ghost imaging in the areas of biomedical imaging, security, and video compression and storage.
The need for a large number of samplings limits the performance of ghost imaging for moving objects. It takes a long time to project the sequence of light patterns onto an object that is necessary to construct a ghost image. This causes images of a moving object to appear blurry, and it’s why ghost imaging…READ MORE