Compressed-sensing ultrafast photography (CUP) is an ultrafast imaging technique that can capture non-repetitive, time-evolving events at up to 100 billion frames per second. Compared to existing ultrafast imaging methods, CUP has a prominent advantage in measuring an x, y, t (x, y, spatial coordinates; t, time) datacube within a single camera snapshot, thereby allowing observation of transient events occurring on a time scale down to tens of picoseconds. In addition, CUP integrates data compression and encryption in the same process, resulting in a fast and secure information transmission.
Compressed-sensing Ultrafast Photography (CUP)
Tech ID: T-014733