Still Waters Posted November 19, 2010 #1 Share Posted November 19, 2010 (IP: Staff) · A camera that can shoot around corners has been developed by US scientists.The prototype uses an ultra-short high-intensity burst of laser light to illuminate a scene. The device constructs a basic image of its surroundings - including objects hidden around the corner - by collecting the tiny amounts of light that bounce around the scene. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology team believe it has uses in search and rescue and robot vision. "It's like having x-ray vision without the x-rays," said Professor Ramesh Raskar, head of the Camera Culture group at the MIT Media Lab and one of the team behind the system. Read more... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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