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Shooting at 1,000,000,000,000fps

In this TED talk, MIT Media Lab Associate Professor Ramesh Raskar discusses a bleeding-edge camera that was developed for the express purpose of capturing slow-motion images of light itself traveling through space — and, eventually, shooting around corners.

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6 Responses to Shooting at 1,000,000,000,000fps

  1. Amazing. One-Trillionth of a second camera shutter speed.

  2. josef says:

    You are AWESOME!!!

  3. KimSTP says:

    Leaving it open source will sure increased the innovations faster. Amazing!

  4. Minos Blizzard says:

    Light in slow motion…This is insanity!!!

  5. Johnny says:

    While it’s amazing and everything the video is pretty boring. Very underwhelming.

  6. Anonymous says:

    The math is way over my head (I won’t pretend to understand it), but the concept is phenomenal!

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