Incoherent quantum holography
By exploiting polarization entanglement between photons, quantum holography can circumvent the need for the first-order coherence required for classical holographic imaging. In this protocol, when one photon in an entangled pair is directed at a smiley-shaped object, the phase information of the object is instantaneously shared with the other photon, regardless of their separation. The object shape is then remotely reconstructed in the form of quantum holograms by detecting photons with separate cameras.
See Defienne et al.