One of my previous jobs was selling ultra-high speed cameras - and Picatinny bought quite a few of them. Not only do they blow up lots of stuff but they like to analyze in minute detail exactly how the target stretches, bends, fractures, and eventually gets blown to smithereens. Some of shots I've seen from the ballistic range are pretty amazing. To the human eye, it's just a huge flash but there are actually many stages in the destruction process when you break it down to a millionth of a second.
Oh sorry about the cat.