World’s Fastest Camera

by Johan on May 1, 2009



World's Fastest Camera

Scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles have developed a camera that uses STEAM technology, which is capable of taking images every 163 nanoseconds. Using this world’s fastest camera, you will no longer need the CMOS and CCD technologies because it incorporates the new Serial Time-Encoded Amplified Microscopy (STEAM) technology that works by shining an infrared laser on the object or person you want to photograph. This world’s fastest camera can capture images with 3000 pixels clarity. [UCLA Newsroom]

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