We have built an imaging solution that allows us to visualize propagation of light at an effective rate of one trillion frames per second. Direct recording o...
Did you ever think you would see light slowed to a crawl?
Not doubting, but what could possibly generate a trillion frames per second?
s@Archie A Beowulf cluster of super computers hooked up to an array of organic photo receptive diodes and a superfine diamond focusing lense. Just a guess.
Well, that would certainly be MY first choice, he said, hiding the Polaroid behind his back --
It's real. I've seen other videos presented by the inventor that show more clearly wave reflections and interference patterns, but can't remember where I saw them.
This one clearly demonstrates difference in light speeds in water and air. Watch the light that's come out to the the table travel ahead of the pulse in the water.
I remembered the name: Femto-photography
Here it is at MIT.
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