This fascinating TED talk was given last month by MIT researcher Ramesh Raskar on his femto-photography camera that snaps images at a whopping one trillion frames per second — a rate so fast that it can capture light in motion. The technology may one day be used to build cameras that shoot around corners or see into the human body without X-rays.
TED Talk on Femto-Photography Camera that Snaps at One Trillion FPS
- Published on July 26, 2012 by Michael Zhang
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