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Watch Light Dance At An Unbelievable Trillion Frames Per Second

That fancy high-speed Phantom camera is pretty much a child’s toy when compared to MIT’s new hardware which can record at 1,000,000,000,000 frames per second. Fast enough to capture slow motion footage of light waves. Developed by the MIT Media Lab’s Camera Culture group working with chemists from the school’s Bawendi Lab, the high speed camera uses laser pulses that last l...
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