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Femto Photography

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Femto - Photography Greater understanding from the experts Camera In Action Femto -Photography Femto photography is visualizing photons in motion at a trillion frames per second and ultra fast imaging that creates slow motion video of light in motion Who is involved ? The MIT Camera Culture group is involved in this project Members Nikhil Naik Otkrist Gupta Andy Bardagjy Group Leader Ramesh Raskar Picoseconds Accurate Detectors consists 500 hundred sensors Femto Camera Specifications Mathematics reconstructions and algorithm techniques Relevance to computer science Medical image computing Software
& Algorithms Digital image processing Positives buying & repairing will be expensive Pros & Cons New form of imaging Can see through the human body without having to take an x-ray Will provide jobs to manufacture these cameras Camera looks very heavy To much wiring Water resistant Negatives Career Opportunities Team of engineers Computer Hardware engineering Physicist and chemist What is this group
designing ? A camera that is 1 trillion frames per second , take picture through light and laser , reconstruct image Movement of light through a bottle Photons a particle representing a quantum of light Indefinite life for laser computational Chemistry Computational physics Titanium Sapphire laser Photons, light/ laser movement and bounces Dozens of pictures are taken and analyzed Computational Optics Relating to other fields of study Medical & Health informatics High Time resolution Camera Explanation on how part of this camera functions Future ? Health informatics Computational Photography Bibliography

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http://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/futurestudents/academics/progs/compsci
https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/future-undergraduate-students/applying-admissions By Micheal Paul How did they get this idea ? Digital Image processing
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