Physics & Physical Science Demos, Labs, & Projects for High School Teachers

Light in Slow Motion

Posted on: August 26, 2012

My father just sent me this TED Talk.  He doesn’t read my blog and didn’t know about the other TED Talks I posted.  This one is a little different, Ramesh Raskar from MIT has developed a camera that can slow motion down to the point of being able to see a pulse of light travel.  You just have to see it to believe it.

And in case you aren’t seeing the embedded video:


5 Responses to "Light in Slow Motion"


This sounds truly worth seeing, unfortunately none of the URL links take us to the site; they simply show your blog in different formats. can you repost the TED link for us? Thanks!


I posted the link under the video. Are you having the same problem with the previous post? Nobody else mentioned that it wasn’t working.

This is Awesome!! I’m a college student to become a high school science teacher– I love your blog!

Bri, I’d love to have some contributions as you pick up ideas or tricks from your instructors. There is lots for me to learn.

On Sat, Feb 2, 2013 at 9:01 PM, Physics & Physical Science Demos, Labs,

I will be glad to pass along anything interesting I happen to come across! I’m from a very small town in Arkansas but am continuously amazed at the creativity of teachers in this area. I look forward to sharing ideas.

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