UCLA develops world’s fastest camera to hunt down cancer in real time | ExtremeTech | Cosas que interesan...a cualquier edad. | Scoop.it
Engineers at UCLA, led by Bahram Jalali and Dino Di Carlo, have developed a camera that can take 36.7 million frames per second, with a shutter speed of 27 picoseconds -- by far the fastest and most sensitive camera in the world.


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