Neural nano-optics technology produces clear, full color images.

The size of a salt grain camera captures clear and colorful images

The researchers at Princeton University and the University of Washington, have developed a camera that is the size of a grain of coarse salt which is half a millimeter wide and it captures clear full-color images. The researchers are adding more computational abilities to the camera, improving image quality, and adding capabilities for object detection and other sensing functions relevant to medicine and robotics. Princeton University is a NYSERNet member. Read more here:

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