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Today we're at CalTech because there's a camera in a building over there that absolutely knocks me out. Now we filmed at very high frame rates. We're talking about half a million, that's .- Not to be sniffed at. - serious frame rates.
Your camera puts ours to shame and takes 10 trillion frames per second. That's 13 zeros. For reference, that's 20 million times faster than the fastest we've ever filmed on this channel, can't film at half a million frames per second, but one of those things is the speed of light. - Not a bad motive. - no - Let's come in. - Okay.
Even the shoe cover technology is cool. I actually want to have one of those at home. - Just for people. - Okay, let's go in and see what this CUP is about. - Nice to meet you. - Man: Nice to see you. - How are you? - Well.
So what is actually - what are we doing here? It all looks very complicated. Oh, that's the fastest camera in the world. Oh, okay.
Yes. This is the fastest camera in the world. It's that simple.
How big is the actual camera part? I can show you. That big box is the camera itself. And here's the optics we designed - to make it work. - Very cool.
We are often asked in our YouTube comments to film the speed of light. And I always have to answer that people know that the speed of light is almost incomprehensibly fast and even our cameras including a million frames per second will never see anything like this. Is this camera capable of filming the speed of light? Yes, that's basically what we're going to see.
For the example I'm going to show, does the light move along the length? this bottle, how long does it take in time for the light to start here and end here? it takes about 2,000 picoseconds - that's pretty fast. Yes. - Quite fast.
So for the audience it takes milliseconds, microseconds - Is it nano-- - nanoseconds, - picoseconds, femtoseconds. - Yes.
So we're on the pico / femto type of scale with this stuff. - We sure have never done that before. - Yes No.
This is a completely different level. Shall we set up the first experiment? - Sure, yes. - Start with the bottle? - Everyone should wear laser glasses. - glasses? - Okay. - Peng: We have some - Do I look good? - You have side panels in your glasses - You look like you - - You look bad.
It looks like you're about to go skiing with a welding torch. It's just ...
So I suppose because we're trying to film lights, it's useful to turn off all the lights here, right? - Yes. - Otherwise we just get ...
All the ambient light comes in, yes. Correct. Okay, let's turn the lights off, yeah - can you save this for me? - I keep that. - Yeah, thank you. - I'm excited.
I get dizzy with this frame rate stuff. We want to see the light propagation from the side, so we need to make sure that the light is scattered out of the plane of view by the milk molecules inside, can see the light scatter from the side. So that's a bottle of water with some milk in it? So I turn on the laser.
So all you have to do is move the mirror and lenses around and then it goes to different areas? We use it to move the laser. The laser is too big, look, the light hits the bottom of the bottle, so it goes through the bottle - is it a powerful laser? - It's very powerful. It can basically burn all papers. - I will stay away from it. - Yeah - Whoa, that's cool. - You can see its glow.
The first thing I'm going to capture is the static image for our reference. For today I'll try - Excellent. - Yes / Yes.
I mean, I remember when I was excited when we started filming we went from 1,000 frames per second to 28,000 frames per second. - That was a big jump. Okay, we're pretty much done with the water bottle.
I'd like to take a picture of it. As you can see, we only see the light. We see the bottle and the label on it. - Yes. - After all, in the film, we might want to overlap both the bottle itself and the light - put together a real picture, for example. - Yes / Yes.
So you just take a picture on your phone and that can - you can do that? Yes, you can just use some software to overlap those two things - Gav: Neat. - Dan: You are in the photo. I just bombed the bottle with a photo.
Okay, let's take a look at our bottle. It took eight hours to process, during which time I grew a slightly longer beard. I also had a haircut right, let's go.
Dan: Okay, what we see here is that the bottle was basically just added. Gav: Yes, this camera only recognizes the light itself, which is like a bluish laser light, so you actually don't see anything other than the light that looks like this. And then we compare the picture of the bottle.
In the room with my actual eye it looked like it was constantly lit, but here we can follow the light moving through the bottle. It may not look like it, but it actually is. Dan: It breaks the photons and that's why you can see it.
But if it just goes through the air, there is nothing that really reflects the light. Gav: Yes, it only shows up in the bottle. It's interesting.
It almost looks like some kind of 80s movie effect. It does, doesn't it? It looks like - as if some kind of ghost is flying into the room. But actually it is light.
Gav: Isn't that strange? Look at the scale. Each frame appears to be ten picoseconds long. And we just casually observe this light going through the bottle from left to right, but in reality the light moves a million times faster than a ball.- Dan: What a mental issue. - Yes.
Gav: Okay, we shot light through milk. - Next experiment? - Yes. We designed a special cavity for this experiment.
We call it a chaotic cavity. When light enters the cavity, it is reflected back and forth several times by the mirrors that surround the cavity - you almost catch the light inside the-- - Yes. Yes exactly.
What's the purpose of it? That egg thing? That's to create a water vapor that surrounds the area so that the light is scattered - The same as-- - Oh, so you can see a little bit - Makes sense. - Yes, this is how the system works. - Turn it on. - All right, let's do the 'Experimon'.
How long did it take you to learn this? Uh, maybe a couple of months to get used to it --- a couple of months to get used to it. - Yes. Because it's a really complicated system.
It's really complicated, isn't it? I would not have noticed it. (both mumble) Okay, so this is the chaotic cavity with 100 billion frames per second. Just like nothing.
Gav: Again, the duration of this article is-- you can't even get your head around how short it is. Dan: That's amazing. Gav: When we were in the room it looked like the whole thing was glowing, but now we can see the single pulse of light bouncing around this thing.
Looks like a strange version of 'pong'. This is a femtosecond laser pulse so it's like you just went with a laser. - A femtosecond pulse.
Gav: And when you pause it, you can see that it's just a point of light. Dan: And it's in the shape of the mirror. I wonder if you could really build a big maze to get around it.
Make a little maze and try to get inside. - The fastest maze completion in the world. - Yes - (trills) - Light.
Dan: Oh, it almost went into a corner. Gav: It is. It's like the DVD screen saver, isn't it? They just want it to go straight into the corner.
Dan: Almost - So that's 100 billion? - Yes. Shall we see what 500 billion looks like? - Okay, so the area is pretty small. - Yes.
So we can't stand in and be filmed by this camera. But alternative solution - small minifigures from us. Wait, why is mine - oh for God's sake. - Every time again. - So we'll put them on there. - Okay.
So in this experiment, instead of shooting light from the side, I changed the beam path to throw back that mirror, that mirror, and used a concave lens to widen the beam, so shooting at an angle is more about that To scatter light on the surface of the figures? Yes, you stroke the surface of the figures. Because we're obviously not see-through, so ...
Yeah. This is the static image of the two figures. Now I'm doing 500 billion frames per second with two by two coding.
So two times two and a casual half trill - (both laugh) - Bang: Yes. I think we're pretty much done with this one. That is 500 billion frames per second of our little figures with a resolution of 549 x 439.
The film material is played back at 20 frames per second, i.e. slowed down by a factor of 25 billion.
I think it's good that I was able to successfully photobomb this picture. Dan: I like the way it shows up on your nose so much. Gav: Okay, I knew you would say something about that.
It does - it gets caught on my nose, doesn't it? - Dan: Yeah. - Gav: It's interesting to see how the light is scattered on the surface of something instead of going through our bodies. Dan: So again, all you've done here is pretty much likening our bodies to the light.
So the camera would have got this blue light and they just took a picture and compensated us and adjusted it to where the light hit. Gav: You look miserable in it. Dan: You look like I just said something embarrassing and you think, 'Ooh.' - Shall we do these poses? - Yes sure.
Gav: And you can see on the timescale that it's a much slower picosecond pass. as opposed to half a trillion frames per second. Okay, that's 500 billion ready - child's play. - A piece of cake. - Let's turn it up. - All the way? - Yeah. - Okay.
Let's take 10 trillion frames per second. Well, bang, we have a different camera now. - Is that right? - Yes.
And this can take up to 10 trillion images per second? Yes / Yes. These are the 10 trillion frames per second. That is the maximum speed we can achieve.
Here we have a sample that contains diluted milk, about a few millimeters long. Is that all the camera is looking at is a couple of millimeters long? Yes, that is how long the light propagates within 30 picoseconds. Dan: Okay, wow.
Here is the same software that we use to take the picture on a very narrow time scale, there is a minimal amount of light that comes through the ambient light - Compared to the powerful laser. - Laser, yes. - Everything relative, I suppose. - Yeah, much brighter. - All right, cool. - Yes, that's how it works.
Dan: So that's a much smaller scale because we're using a higher frame rate to essentially capture a lot less space and time. - Yeah. - Gav: All right.
This is the light that travels through the milk bottle, 10 trillion frames per second. - That's why we came here. - Yeah - Gav: So cool. - On the bottle article, the light seemed to have gained the same speed.
But then you have to keep in mind that the scale is much smaller. So that's a millimeter, it says here, is the distance, whereas before it was a whole bottle. This shows you that we are actually recording light moving through such a small space.
Gav: And it's so slow now that our picosecond has one decimal place to the hundredth femtosecond. Dan: That knocks me out at first. Gav: As Peng turned on the laser, I saw nothing at all.
But now we can actually see how it moves. On this timescale, if we fired a bullet through this frame to get from side to side, it would take years. Dan: And the light just goes, blip.
That really puts it into perspective, doesn't it? I just feel like no one should have ever seen this. It's like looking at the base of the universe. I've heard that the CalTech team actually intends to increase the speed up to a quadrillion frames per second in the future.
It's a bit mind-boggling to be honest. Gav: We have to go now and go back to our old measly hundreds of thousands of frames per second. Measly, pathetic hundreds of thousands.
Thank you Peng for showing us your amazing gear. - Thanks. - Yes, thank you - Thank you. - Learned a lot.
Yes. Well, for me this is one of the most mind-boggling recordings ever. I mean visually it's just a dab from left to right.
But knowing it's easy - Dan: I would say it was actually one of the most overwhelming things we've ever seen. Well I feel very accomplished. Please feel free to check out other episodes of 'Planet Slow Mo' and join in part two where we will learn a lot more about how this camera works.
You can also subscribe if you wish . We would be happy. Not sure yet if I will understand after part 2 - We will do our best. - All right.
March 25 Birthdays
March's spirit animal: the owl. .
IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS ON March 25, you are a shy Aries however; a crowd of people brings out the best in you. You are likely to have fanatical social talents and are often times, the center of attention at parties or social gatherings. These Arians are creative, independent and sympathetic.
Greek Independence Day: National Day of Celebration of Greek & American Democracy. International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade. International Day of Solidarity with Detained and Missing Staff Members. Maryland Day - March 25, 2021 (On or around March 25th each year)
French composer Claude Debussy died in Paris. A fire at the Triangle shirtwaist factory in New York City killed 146 people, prompting the creation of health and safety legislation. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. The British Parliament abolished the slave trade in the British West Indies.
2021 Daily Holidays that fall on March 25, include:
International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade. International Day of Solidarity with Detained and Missing Staff Members. International Day of the Unborn Child. International Waffle Day.
April's spirit animal is a bee.
People Born On March 25: Zodiac Sign Is Aries. IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS ON March 25, you are a shy Aries however; a crowd of people brings out the best in you.
Famous People And Celebrities Born On March 25. Laz Alonso, Howard Cosell, Aretha Franklin, Elton John, Juvenile, James Lovell, Katharine McPhee, Haywood Nelson, Gloria Steinem. Alex Dorame United States of America.
Popular choice of careers based on the March 25 birthday personality are those involving communicating. You love to talk! This really opens the doors to many different arenas but a motivational speaker would be an awesome opportunity for you and for those that hear you.