Abstract

We demonstrate time-stretch imaging in the visible spectrum by free-space angular-chirp-enhanced delay (FACED). Not only does it enable high-resolution time-stretch imaging, but also new modalities that were once impossible, e.g. colorized and fluorescence time-stretch microscopy.

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