World's fastest 2D camera could solve JFK assassination 'magic bullet' mystery
By Anthony Cuthbertson
The development of the world's fastest 2D camera, capable of capturing events at up to 100 billion frames per second, could finally accurately analyse the strange physics of the 'magic bullet's' flight path in the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy.
The 2D camera has been developed by a team of biomedical engineers at Washington University in the US, and while the main applications are foreseen in the field of biomedicine, there is also potential for use in astronomy and forensics.
The research is set to be published in the 4 December issue of Nature...