Unique: An ultra-high speed camera records the movement of a beam of light (VIDEO)


Unique: An ultra-high speed camera records the movement of a beam of light.

Many hypotheses and theories cannot yet be proven or experimentally substantiated because, at this stage, the level of development is low. To date, technological developments, however, have tools that can confirm or disprove many theoretical findings.

Swiss scientists, using the most modern MegaX camera, were able to study the movement of a light beam reflected from a mirror. Izcledovatelite from the Shveytsarckiya federalen tehnologichen inctitut in Lozana izpolzvat cpetsialna kamera in low vreme na ekcperimenta c blenda, koyato ce otvarya vednazh na vceki 3.8 nanocekundi, koeto ociguryava cnimki cac ckoroct from the 24,000 kadara in cekunda.

Laser pulses are used to open the aperture so that the propagation of the light can be monitored. Ultra-fast shooting allows us to see the movement of the light beam, without moving the camera and without overlapping images from other cameras.

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