US researchers develop camera picks up a hundred billion frames per second

Compressed Ultrafast Photography

Compressed Ultrafast Photography

A team of US researchers develop new camera is estimated thanks to a very high-speed photography to even light pulses, which is the fastest in the universe.

Using a technique called "Compressed Ultrafast Photography" invented by researchers at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri from bi-dimensional camera "receptor-only" able to capture images up to 100 billion frames per second.

This is the fastest camera imaging tool is invented yet, as the current perception of the cameras at a rate of ten million frames per second, which is limited on-chip storage and fast electronic reading.

The researchers hope that the camera will lead to new scientific discoveries, where cross-study commander Leung Wang about it, saying: "For the first time, people could see the light pulses on the spot."

The researchers added, using serial camera used to study light, lenses, and Tellescopat and Mkrosupac for the development of this camera, where the lenses to capture photons (particles of light), which are then routed through the tube and turn it into what is known to a digital micrometer "DMD" signal turn around one million micro-mirror micro used in image encryption before connecting optical molecules of the camera serial.

Then the computer configures the true image of compressed data depending on the particular manner similar to the way magnetic resonance imaging algorithms work.

These extreme speed camera monitoring the palace and very different-sized events starting with the processes inside the cell and the end of the explosions of stars. Wang says, "We are now entering a new era to open new horizons."

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