High Speed Photography At 1 Trillion Frames Per Second

1 Million frames per second used to be impressive. Not anymore:

Femto-Photography; an imagining technique where you can create slow motion videos of light in motion.  Yea.. that’s badass.

If it wasn’t a TED talk I would have screamed video trickery.  So incredible.

Thoughts?  Who’s saving up for one of these for shooting vids? :P  That would be a good way to one-up those current slow motion guys on youtube.


3 responses to “High Speed Photography At 1 Trillion Frames Per Second”

  1. Kenny Blankenship Avatar
    Kenny Blankenship

    Too bad the only things you can capture are very controlled, repeatable events that occur 99.99% the same way every time, so that you can film it a bajillion times and stitch it all together. The reconstruction of the obscured figure blew my mind though. Basically non-line of site radar in the visual spectrum.

    1. MrMaigo Avatar

      Gotta start somewhere, Hiroshima wasn’t bombed in a day and all that.

  2. hnl.flyboy Avatar