Quiz 39


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A typical camera works by recording the light bouncing off a subject and back into the lens. A "fast" exposure is when the light is captured in just one-thousandth of a second. In 1964, the famous bullet-through-an-apple photo was taken capturing a moment in time lasting just one-millionth of a second. Now, scientists have built a camera so fast that it can capture what?


Apple through bullet: Courtesy MIT Museum Faster camera video: WGBH Educational Foundation How to see around corners: Nature Video

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