MIT Develops Camera That Takes 1 Trillion Frames Per Second [Headlines]

MIT Develops Camera That Takes 1 Trillion Frames Per Second [Headlines]

The fastest shutter in the world can capture the speed of light in slow motion.

Karen Baker
  • 21 august 2012

As Media Lab post-doc Andreas Velten puts it, “There’s nothing in the universe that looks fast to this camera.” It captures visual data at 1 trillion frames per second, meaning that it can take a slow-motion video of light moving through space.

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