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Single-shot real-time camera captures 156.3 trillion frames per second

INRS femtophotography

Left to right: Professor Jinyang Liang, PhD student Yingming Lai, Heide Ibrahim (Director of ALLS) Miguel Marquez (co-author of the study) and Professor François Légaré in front of the Scarf system at INRS (image: INRS)

The 'swept-coded aperture real-time femtophotography' captures ultrafast processes to advance physics, biology, chemistry, materials science, and engineering

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