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Science, Medicine and Technology • 2020-05-09
World's fastest camera captures 70 trillion frames per second
Developed at Caltech, the technology is called compressed ultrafast spectral photography (CUSP). As you might expect from the incredible frame rate, it doesn't function like any ordinary camera. It uses extremely short pulses of laser light, each one lasting just one femtosecond. For reference, that's one quadrillionth of a second.