World's fastest Camera Captures Light at 4.4 Trillion Frames Per Second !!!

Researchers in Japan have invented the fastest camera in the world, capable of capturing 4.4 trillion frames per second.The Sequentially Timed All-optical Mapping Photography (STAMP) camera, details of which are published inNature Photonics, is able to record chemical reactions that have previously been impossible to capture, as well as the movement of light and lattice vibrational waves.The STAMP camera is also able to capture heat conduction, which occurs at a sixth of the speed of light.The method used to capture images at such a high rate is described by the researchers as all-optical technique that creates a burst stream of sequentially-timed photographs.High-speed cameras had previously achieved 1 trillion frames per second using a method, which involvedobject in order to photograph it. Researchers, however, claimed that this techniquehad numerous downsides.explains.The researchers' method "6c="4282992969" 6f="26" 6r="4,5803,295,5837"involves single-shot burst imaging without the need for repetitive measurements and each image captured is at a relatively high resolution of450 x 450 pixels.The STAMP camera measures 1 square metre and there are no plans to develop it commercially. Itsmost likely applications willbe in assisting with medicalobservations and other scientific research