MIT’s new camera can do 1,000,000,000,000 frames per second

“You can think of it as slow motion,” Andreas Velten, a postdoctoral researcher who is a member of the design team, said during a recent technical presentation. “It is so much slow motion you can see the light itself move. This is the speed of light: there’s nothing in the universe that moves faster.”

Read the entire article at NYTimes. Here are two videos that captured traveling light shot at one trillion frames per second:

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