Scientists from the Institut Nationwide De La Recherche Scientifique (INRS) in Canada, together with Concordia College and Meta Platforms Inc., have developed a groundbreaking digicam that might revolutionize high-speed imaging. This digicam, referred to as the diffraction-gated real-time ultrahigh-speed mapping (DRUM) digicam, has the potential to make ultrafast imaging extra accessible for a variety of purposes. Previously, capturing high-speed phenomena required costly cameras that usually value greater than $100,000. These cameras can seize tens of millions of pictures per second, however solely a choose few may afford them. Nevertheless, the introduction of the DRUM digicam will change this considerably.