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[physicsworld.com] Physicists take moving pictures at trillions of frames per second.

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A new technique for the ultrafast imaging of nonluminous objects has been unveiled by Feng Chen and colleagues at Xi’an Jiaotong University in China. Their system captures up to 60 high-resolution images at a rate of almost 4 trillion frames per second by storing frames in overlapping subregions of a charge-couple device (CCD) array. The technique could soon be used to explore a variety of high-speed physical processes in unprecedented levels of detail.
https://physicsworld.com/a/physicist...es-per-second/

Better up your OC games boys and girls, 4 trillion FPS video is on it's way. Time to set up the liquid helium cooling and start raiding up those racks of NVME SSD's.

First one to design a consumable monitor that can display a full 3 seconds before sublimating gets a cookie.

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technically this would mostly be used for slow-motion observation, like for example a realtime recording of how a hi-explosive detonates.
where the actual playback would still be in a hundred or so frames per second.

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technically this would mostly be used for slow-motion observation, like for example a realtime recording of how a hi-explosive detonates.
where the actual playback would still be in a hundred or so frames per second.
Yep. The Slow Mo Guys recently did a video on one of these cameras. It's really impressive.


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I saw this and thought "wow that's gotta be getting close to a planck second..."

I was very, very wrong...


Still pretty dang impressive!


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I prefer if higher resolution streaming stayed at 1080p. I help run a small wisp and 4k streaming is ridiculous.


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technically this would mostly be used for slow-motion observation, like for example a realtime recording of how a hi-explosive detonates.
where the actual playback would still be in a hundred or so frames per second.
Original purpose and intended use has never been the point of overclocking though, has it?


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Yep. The Slow Mo Guys recently did a video on one of these cameras. It's really impressive.
It's similar, but not the same. Theirs requires the source of the photograph to be a light source, whereas the group in China used a different method to enable photographing non-luminous objects.

I.E. to use the simple example of explosives, the caltech camera can only photograph the light emitted by the explosive after the chemical reaction has taken place. However, there are types of explosives that do not react chemically, but instead when triggered react by evaporating at an extremely rapid pace. These explosives do not emit a large amount of light during their process, and you could film the physical process of the evaporation with the Chinese group's camera.

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Original purpose and intended use has never been the point of overclocking though, has it?




It's similar, but not the same. Theirs requires the source of the photograph to be a light source, whereas the group in China used a different method to enable photographing non-luminous objects.

I.E. to use the simple example of explosives, the caltech camera can only photograph the light emitted by the explosive after the chemical reaction has taken place. However, there are types of explosives that do not react chemically, but instead when triggered react by evaporating at an extremely rapid pace. These explosives do not emit a large amount of light during their process, and you could film the physical process of the evaporation with the Chinese group's camera.
Oh yea I'm aware they're different, I was more comparing the trillions of FPS and slow motion aspect of it and the cool things that can be done with it.

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Original purpose and intended use has never been the point of overclocking though, has it?
for the novelty yes, though even if we look at L2N suicide runs it'd be like going from a typical 10Ghz to 10Thz attempts.
at which point its no longer about benchmarks but just making it happen, and it would become the next most popular research topic.

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Yep. The Slow Mo Guys recently did a video on one of these cameras. It's really impressive.

https://youtu.be/7Ys_yKGNFRQ
That is completely insane. It is like real life science fiction.
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