21 April 2014 Instantaneous three-dimensional imaging using supercontinuum and ultrafast optical Kerr gate of tellurite glass
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An instantaneous three-dimensional imaging technique using a chirped supercontinuum and an ultrafast optical Kerr gate, in which a sapphire plate and a TeO 2 -ZnO-Na 2 O oxide glass were used to generate the chirped supercontinuum and the ultrafast optical Kerr gate, respectively, is demonstrated. This technique is applicable to ultrafast shape measurement, such as shape imaging of moving objects, or imaging of laser-induced refractive index changes in transparent media.
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Wenjiang Tan, Zhiguang Zhou, Aoxiang Lin, Junyi Tong, Jinhai Si, Xun Hou, "Instantaneous three-dimensional imaging using supercontinuum and ultrafast optical Kerr gate of tellurite glass," Optical Engineering 53(4), 043108 (21 April 2014). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.53.4.043108 . Submission:
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