Amazing Shark Vision Camera - Scientists have developed a 'shark vision' camera that allows us to see just how swellsharks and chain catsharks are able to view their underwater world.
One of the fastest cameras in the world can now take better pictures than ever, even capturing neurons as they fire, according to a new study.
Scientists photographed a biofluorescent swellshark off Blacks Beach in La Jolla. The shark transforms blue light in the ocean into .
A new camera’s record-breaking speed trillion frames every second) offers researchers a window into never-before-seen phenomena, such as combustion reactions.
Swell sharks absorb blue light and transform it into a green light, the process is called bio-fluorescence. These are also know an 'glow in the dark sharks
For the first time, researchers have filmed light creating a ‘sonic boom’ - officially known as a photonic Mach cone - using a new type of ultra-speed camera that can capture an incredible trillion frames per second in just one take.
In the latest manifestation of a growing trend – the miniaturization of technology – tiny adaptable lenses have been melded together on flexible sheets, offering the promise of bendable cameras.