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  • physics/optics - "Time of Flight"

    in the optics sense - a 2D sensor can be measured so fast to see the light waves arrive at different times to build up a 3d view of an object or to see through smoke and fog, or to see how neutrons bounce off of an object onto a bunch of detectors.

    Physics has this for 'time of flight' mass spectrometers where particles travel down a tube and hit a detector at different times; 

    Medicine - this is a heart condition called Tetralogy of Fallot

    April 18, 2017