The World’s Fastest 10 Trillion FPS Camera is Here And it Can Freeze Time

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A research team at the INRS Universite De Recherche has recently built the world’s fastest ever camera called T-CUP. It is so quick it is able to capture 100 trillion frames per second!

Although ultra-fast cameras have been developed over the past few years, T-CUP leaves them all in the dust.

This camera can now be used to record images in real time at a very short temporal resolution—in a single exposure. It will be very useful for scientists in many different fields and open up doors to probe things like the nanoscale interactions between light and matter.

The team at INRS built the camera to be able to capture events on film that operate at the femtosecond range.


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