UXDE dot Net

MIT’s Super-Fast Camera Can Capture Light At Trillion Frames Per Second

Advertisements


By -

Researchers from MIT seem to have designed a camera which is capable of capturing light as it travels. In addition, the camera can look around the corners to view objects in the vicinity. This comes courtesy of an impressive exposure time of 2 trillionths of one second. As a result of this, people can now better understand ultrafast processes. Watch this for yourself to appreciate.

[Source: Nova PBS]

Also Read: This Guy Won The French Scrabble Championship Without Speaking A Single Word Of French.

Hassan Aftab

You can find Hassan on , and .

Advertisements



2 Comments to MIT’s Super-Fast Camera Can Capture Light At Trillion Frames Per Second

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *