frames per second


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frames per second

(unit)
(fps) The unit of measurement of the frame rate of a moving image.
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Called the T-CUP (trillion-frame-per-second compressed ultrafast photography), the camera is capable of achieving single-shot, real-time imaging speeds of up to 10 trillion frames per second, which is a hundred times greater than the fastest camera out there.
He and his colleagues, led by Caltech's Lihong Wang, have developed what they call T-CUP: the world's fastest camera, capable of capturing ten trillion (1013) frames per second. This new camera literally makes it possible to freeze time to see phenomena -- and even light!
[USA], Oct 14 ( ANI ): A group of scholars, have developed a camera, which is apparently the world's fastest and is capable of capturing ten trillion frames per second. With this invention it will be possible to freeze time to see phenomena--in extremely slow motion.
Scientists have recently developed the world's fastest camera, which is able to capture 10 trillion frames per second. This camera makes it possible to experience any phenomenon in extremely slow motion, similar to freezing time.
While other HD-to-4K upscaler solutions exist in the marketplace, the ability to also achieve 120 frames per second at less than one frame latency sets Dimension apart and establishes a new standard for the rapidly expanding and highly demanding VR users community.
The super slow-motion capture, first on a Samsung phone captures 0.2 seconds of recording at 960 frames per second and plays back in six seconds of each shot but the feature is limited to 20 shots per video.
If you are playing 4K games, the Vega 64 will be able to push 60 frames per second.
The current ultrafast imaging techniques are limited by onchip storage and electronic readout speed to operations of about 10 million frames per second, Khaleej Times reported.
The top DSLR models - Canon EOS 1D Mark 111 and Nikon's D4 - are capable of shooting only 10 frames per second. The built-in Wi-FI and Bluetooth camera has a new autofocus system (NX AF System III) with 205 phase detection points that covers more than 90 per cent of the frame and 209 contrast detection points.
Reportedly, the new IC drives up to 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) at a refresh rate of 30 frames per second (fps) with dual-DSI interface.
With the ability to record in high definition, the EPIC IO-HD captures all the action of the hunt with sharp, high-definition video at 60 frames per second with crisp, clear audio.