Amazing Light-tracking camera: MIT's trillion frames

A team of scientists in the US unveiled a camera capable of visualizing the movement of light. The method has been dubbed femto photograph and has been meticulous on the Massachusetts Organization of Technology's Media Lab's website. 

To create the method, the scientists modified a line hose equipment used to take data readings as of light pulses. The scientists did this by repeating each shot, angling the camera's sight by means of mirrors to trace a different scrutinize line of the article.
According to Andrea Velten, one of the researchers involved in the project, there’s nothing in the universe that looks fast to this camera.As a result, the method is only appropriate for capturing an event that can be recreated exactly the similar way several periods.

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