Biology Health Technology 

Ultrafast Camera Freezes Time

By Kate Stone (@GotScienceOrg) A new camera technology is making it possible to see extremely fast phenomena, even light, in slow motion. Called T-CUP, the world’s fastest camera can capture ten trillion (10 exp 13) frames per second. To put that into perspective, high-speed cameras capture around 250 to 1,000 frames per second. Let’s think about that for a moment. [tweetthis]The fastest camera is billions of times faster than a typical high-speed camera. #cameras #technology[/tweetthis] CUP stands for compressed ultrafast photography. The operative word here is ultrafast. This new camera…

Read More