Lihong Wang’s invention is an improvement on his original camera design, which could capture 70 trillion frames per second in 2D.
The Caltech scientist announced his original compressed ultrafast photography (CUP) camera back in January, which can record at an astonishing rate, but could only produce flat images.
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Scientist creates camera that films in 3D at 100 billion frames per second, fast enough to capture light traveling
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