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Mean Kitty: a TRILLION fps (Frames Per Second)

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Published on Sep 4, 2012

Researchers at MIT have created a camera that can film 1,000,000,000,000 fps! So a scientist came to my house to run a test on Sparta.

IS IT REALLY REAL? Here's a video from MIT explaining the camera:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtsXgO...

There's no such thing as a monitor that can run at a trillion frames per second. So a video that that fast has to be slowed down by a factor of about 10 billion. That's not just slow... that's... well... watch the video! ;)

Here's a clip of the scientist at my house:
http://youtu.be/fU_fXsuQpEI

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Comments • 2,415

MrHyyTV
At 43:32 im pretty sure that i saw a cat.
randoman fitz
I found it lol
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Elliott Veares
Me 2
Julian Meehan
Haha me too xD
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Geo07ism
I don't think the people in the comments understand how fast 1 trillion fps is. It would literally take years to see the cat move.
Kozmikōcēlōtl
so I should just wait? lol
Papercoolcat
He does nothing the entire vid XD
TabbyclawProductions
I get it! For those who don't understand, a trillion frames per second means that while it would be high quality, it would also take, like, months for any actual visual movement to happen.
AcidGames
Its crazy because i do see it move not like change position but like face morphing and moving things its weird must be the audio he has playing.
Ruffle
Because it would take years for the video to go through if you want to see the cat frown.
CameronN `
there's no way this is 1000000000000 fps. you can see light slowly travel at that speed. Also, the picture quality is impeccable. The lighting is great too. Both he lighting and the picture quality would be of poor quality If this was filmed at 1000000000000 fps. Look at the MIT explanation.
Slacquer
Lol, it's the channel's avatar, but if you stare at it long enough, he does move.
Ben Jones
It really doesn't
lafayette1982
That's one big epic nothing! I lasted about ten seconds haha! 
Korbin Payne
One hour!?!?!? Ain't nobody got time for dat!!!;D
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