Friday, 5 December 2014

The fastest 2D camera ever developed is capable of capturing 100 billion frames per second, according to the researchers responsible for its development.

The receive only device is far and above faster than any other device of its kind, which face limitations such as on-chip storage and being no faster than 10 million frames per second, according to Washington University in St. Louis. The researchers involved in the new camera’s development utilized a brand new technique referred to as compressed ultrafast photography, which creates movies built with a single blast of a laser that contains photon racing in two media, a “non-information” faster-than-light propagation method, refraction, and laser pulse reflection.
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