A Trillion Frames Per Second
Late last year MIT researchers, Ramesh Raskar and Andreas Velten developed a way to capture light traveling through a bottle at a trillion frames per second. Ramesh presented his new idea called ‘femto-photography’ on TED Talks and it has become one of the most watched videos this week.
MIT researchers have created a new visual system which can capture video up to a trillion frames per second. The researchers attempted to capture light traveling through a bottle which takes only a nano second but over an hour to collect the data. This cutting edge trillion fps camera has a cumulative price of $250,000.
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