Recent work by this dude and his team from MIT achieved 2. What is 2? What is it a “photo” of?
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MIT’s trillion frames/sec Camera capturing the movement of light
Trillion FPS Camera Capturing Advancing Light Waves, achieved by Ramesh Raskar and his team at MIT
(1) Ramesh Raskar
(2) It is an altered capture from the trillion FPS camera by (1)
Dude is Ramesh Raskar
2 is Trillion FPS Camera which is also called “the world’s slowest fastest camera”
The photo is showing the Reconstruction of a Laser Pulse (falling on tomato) moving in the Scene with Crests of Photons.
a camera with a “shutter speed” of one trillion exposures per second —
enabling it to record light itself traveling from one point to another.
Zaid Pirwani, used a camera with trillion FPS. It can capture advancing light waves.
Visualization of speed of light at Trillion frames per second.
A flash of light shot with their “Million FPS camera”.
It can be seen “moving” through the scene.
Not really; but, that’s the effect.
Ramesh Raskar and his team did trillion-frame-per-second video at MIT.
This is a ‘picture’ / video of light propagation. Tres cool.
Trillion fps photograph or femto photography.
Photo of light propogating.
camera to measure speed of light
1 = Ramesh Raskar
2 = photo of photon, trying to capture the movement of light?
Ramesh Raskar / modified streak tube / “a bullet of light” – a photograph of the progress of a beam of light through a scene
Ramesh Raskar is the man. 2 is a series of photos showing “light itself as it passes through liquids and objects” done by “snapping a picture in less than two-trillionths of a second”
Transient Imaging n femto-photography to look ‘around the corner’
Light tracking camera.
This is a photo of movement of light.
Captured ray of light travelling on camera !!
His camera capturing light in motion
A camera capable of visualising the movement of light
Trillion FPS camera
Trillion fps camera by Ramesh Raskar and company.
and we were worried about getting 25/30/60 :P
the speed of light
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Ramesh Raskar (in picture) and his team from MIT succeeded in capturing the speed of light using a new photography technique femto-photography.
movie shows the movement of photons around the objects as captured using this technique.
Visualization of light propagation at a trillion frames per second.
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