Seeing the Moon

Event-based sensors allow easy separation of objects by their velocity.

In this recording (top left) we pointed the telescope at the moon on a cloudy night. The moon was kept stationary in the field of view, while the clouds swept past. Similarly to the seeing through a hedge example, by tuning to the 0 m/s velocity of the moon (bottom left), or the average velocity of the clouds (right), we can create separate images of either.