Rapid, accessible 3D imaging from a single 2D projection is possible with coherent beams, direct electron detectors, and material priors.
Unambiguous joint detection of spatially separated properties of a single photon in the two arms of an interferometer
Bohr's complementarity principle of wave-particle mutual exclusivity lies at the heart of standard quantum interpretation of interference. Going beyond, our experiment jointly detects spatially separated different properties of a photon within an interferometer while preserving wave-like coherence.
The generation of optical frequency combs with low repetition rates in microresonators is a challenging problem. SNAP microresonators are promising candidates to solve it. We show how the generation of frequency combs via parametric modulation of SNAP microresonators can be optimized.