A Laser-Based Camera Captures Images Not in Field of View

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 21, 2010 • References: physorg & dvice
MIT has recently revealed that it has developed a laser-based camera that has the ability to capture images not in its field of view. Instead, it emits strong bursts of light that ricochet off these hidden surfaces back to the camera.

Although it's all very technical, this could mean huge things for news crews, military operations and more. Unfortunately, the laser-based camera is still in its testing stages. As of right now, it only yields very blurry images. Stats for Photographing Hidden Objects Trending: Older & Mild
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