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Single-shot nanosecond-resolution multiframe passive imaging by multiplexed structured image capture
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High-speed optical imaging is an essential technology in many scientific, medical, and industrial fields. Particularly,...

Optical spectrometer based on continuously-chirped guided mode resonance filter
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By cleverly applying the guided-mode resonance (GMR) effect, Hung and colleagues demonstrate a compact spectrometer...

Demonstration of longitudinally polarized optical needles
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Optical needles, i.e., laterally highly confined optical fields with ultra-high depth-of-field, are considered as...

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