High-speed imaging with any camera
High speed imaging can be achieved with any camera, as has recently been demonstrated with the Virtual Frame Technique. Using this method, any monotonic phenomenon that is imaged instantaneously with perfect contrast (such that the image is binary) can be recorded at high rates by increasing the exposure time of the camera. Thus, complex temporal dynamics can be recorded at high rates and high resolution, averting the traditional trade-off between size of the region of interest and imaging rate. In this project we explore the limits of this method, using a dual-approach of experimental demonstration and theoretical analysis. Project in collaboration with Engineering Mechanics of Soft Interfaces (EMSI) laboratory (https://www.epfl.ch/labs/emsi/).
- Thanh-An Pham, firstname.lastname@example.org, BM 4.140
- Michael Unser, email@example.com, 021 693 51 75, BM 4.136
- Pol del Aguila Pla, firstname.lastname@example.org