This is nothing short of amazing. MIT figured out a way back in February to view how light 'moves' on, about and through objects. Here is a link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snSIRJ2brEk&feature=related They apparently use multiple staggered high speed cameras to capture the images and then turn it into a continuous film; very, very clever. Interesting to see how the light moves and how normally we basically 'see' everything as a constant even though the photons are in continuous motion. I wish they had videos showing more accurate trajectories and different materials as opposed to this showboating publicity stuff, but still cool none the less.