New medical camera is able to see light from inside the human body

Scientists at the U.K.s University of Edinburgh have developed a new imaging medical camera that is capable of seeing through the human body to look for light sources. Here is why that matters.

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Nests new smart home camera lets you zoom and enhance, for real

With a 4K sensor, the Nest Cam IQ combines night vision, high dynamic range imaging, and a 12x digital zoom, so you can monitor your home clearly and confidently any time of day or night.

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MIT speeds up its futuristic lensless single-pixel camera by 50 times

Image capture with MIT's single-pixel camera

Compressive imaging offers the promise of lower-cost, more-flexible imaging solutions for physically demanding situations. It has been limited by long capture times, but a team at MIT is trying to change that by incorporating time-of-flight sensing into the process.

The post MIT speeds up its futuristic lensless single-pixel camera by 50 times appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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In-mask thermal imaging helps firefighters find victims trapped in burning buildings

Thermal imaging has been a crucial life-saving tool for rescue service workers for decades, but until recently, the technology hasn’t been particularly easy to use.

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Intel may tap RealSense to chase Microsoft and Magic Leap in augmented reality

Intel Realsense modules have been embedded in a variety of personal computing devices
Intel has bet heavily on its RealSense platform for adding a third dimension to imaging, but hasn’t achieved much success. Its next move might be to try and leapfrog its competitors in augmented reality.

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Apple invention uses spherically curved photosensor for smaller, better iPhone camera

Article Image In its quest for high-performing, flexible and — most importantly — small imaging systems, Apple on Tuesday was granted a patent for a spherical photosensor and lens array that provides high-resolution capture in an incredibly compact package.

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Researchers tap high-tech to solve 'Michelangelo bronzes' mystery

Researchers in the U.K. are using an assortment of high-tech methods – neutron imaging, XRF analysis, 360-degree laser scanning, 3D printing, and real-time X-ray videography – to get a clearer understanding of two Renaissance-era bronze statues believed to be made by Michelangelo.

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First look: Next-gen FLIR ONE thermal imaging camera for iPhone

At CES on Tuesday, Thermal imaging pioneers FLIR debuted a next-generation FLIR ONE consumer-level thermal camera that one-ups its predecessor by trading in the large semi-permanent iPhone case form factor for a small plug-and-play dongle with higher resolution sensors.



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Nokia Lumia photography chief Ari Partinen joins Apple

Apple’s mobile imaging team looks to have a new leader, as former Nokia camera engineering executive Ari Partinen announced on Friday that he will depart the Finnish smartphone maker and move to its American rival.



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HTC camera expert teases optical zoom and improved UltraPixel camera for future phones

HTC’s imaging specialist has said in an interview we should look out for major advances in camera phones from the company over the next year, including the possible introduction of an optical zoom, and an improved UltraPixel camera.The post HTC camera expert teases optical zoom and improved UltraPixel camera for future phones appeared first on Digital Trends.

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