Plenty of amazing things have been captured on camera. Major world events, rare creatures, and even scientific phenomena have all made their way onto film. Scientists at MIT, however, have just captured light itself. Putting just about any slow motion capture to shame is the trillion frames per second camera created by researchers Andreas Velten and Ramesh Raskar. For a little perspective, one trillion seconds is equal to over 31,688 years. Played at a reasonable speed, it would take nearly thousands of years to watch a film taken with this camera. What this means, however, is that the camera can capture the minute details of extremely short period of time. It can capture, for example, anything that moves at the speed of light.