Human eyes are limited in their ability to perceive the world at a coarse time scale of a few tens of microseconds. Time-of-flight sensors are capable of resolving the time light takes to travel at a much finer resolution. Knowing the speed of light, one can infer the length of light paths from these time-resolved measurements and that opens up novel means of acquiring information about the visual world. We focus on utilizing the joint-power of computation and time-of-flight cameras for solving challenging tasks such as imaging through fog and looking around the corners.