Few photons make 'ghost image'
Issued: Fri, 06 Feb 2015 10:20:00 GMT
Physicists have captured an image of a wasp's wing using less than one photon per pixel. Peter Morris and his colleagues at the University of Glasgow, UK, used a technique called ghost imaging, which uses pairs of photons whose positions are inextricably correlated, or entangled.
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