Photography at the Speed of Light: What One Trillion Frames Per Second Looks Like

The video presentation below was made in 2012 by Ramesh Raskar, Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, at MIT. Super slow motion photography has broken through an incredible new barrier: we can now take photographs of moving objects at one trillion frames per second, which actually captures and slows down the movement of light to the observer, revealing it to the naked eye. Raskar explained in his demonstration just exactly what the implications might be for science, technology and military uses, providing several stunning demonstrations.  Feel free to share.

Tags: science, technology, super high speed photography, one trillion frames per second, ramesh raskar, speed of light

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