MIT Created Camera that Capture Objects, Moving with Speed of Light (video)

A team from the MIT media lab has created a camera with a “shutter speed” of 1 trillion exposures per second..Enabling it to record light itself traveling from one point to a different.

MIT Created Camera that Capture Objects, Moving with Speed of Light (video)

Employing a heavily changed Streak Tube (which is generally used to accentuate photons into electron streams), the team might snap one image of a laser because it passed through a Coka Cola bottle. So as to form the slow motion film within the video we have got once the break, the team had to duplicate the experiment many times.

The stop motion footage shows how light bounces through the bottle, collecting within the opaque cap before dispersing. The revolutionary snapper could have a quick shutter however the lasting it takes to method the pictures have earned it the nickname of the “The world’s slowest fastest camera.”

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtsXgODHMWk&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]

Image by M. Scott Brauer / MIT

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