Caltech’s Latest Camera Shoots 3D at 100 Billion Frames Per Second
Earlier this year, Caltech’s Lihong Wang showed off a camera that could shoot 70 trillion frames per second – that’s fast enough to watch light travel. His most recent creation, however, goes a step further. While “only” 100 billion frames per second, it shoots in three dimensions.
The technology in it is similar to that 70 trillion frames per second camera, but it sacrifices speed for the ability to shoot in three dimensions. Even though the camera is significantly slower than Wang’s previous camera, it’s still fast enough to take 10 billion photos in the time it takes a person to blink.
In a new paper, titled Single-shot stereo-polarimetric compressed ultrafast photography for light-speed observation of high-dimensional optical transients with picosecond resolution,…
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