High Speed Video Using a Dense Camera Array

May 18th, 2005 | Filed under: Design, Mapping, Photography, Programming, Technology, Video | 1 Comment »

Using a scalable array of cheap CMOS cameras and compensating for their angular and temporal distortion, the high speed video device can capture multi-thousand frames per second in low light. In this case a 52 camera array captures 30 frames per second, giving a final output of 1560 fps (52×30=1560). Watch the video of a balloon popping at 1560fps. [pdf]

via MAKE

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