Hello I have a question just out of curiosity...suppose you set up a delayed choice quantum eraser experiment and the technologies were available to super miniaturize your detectors, and instead of having a single double slit you have several double slit walls set up in alignment that are ultra thin (lets say its seven layers thick 1/4" over all) with the detectors set up at different layers. And you can turn these detectors on and off in random sequence at almost the speed of light. So that in one layer the detector would be on in another the detector would be off perhaps in some layer there is no detector. lets say for the sake of argument you had it running continuously with a super high speed camera fast enough to film any changes. question.... would you expect to see a single double slit pattern, or a wave pattern or a double slit that (morphs) into a wave pattern and back again? I know this tech doesn't exist... but what if it did?