Researchers develop ultra-compact camera with the size of a salt grain

01 December 2021
The system is built on a metasurface with 1.6 million cylindrical posts.

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  • teq
  • 05 Dec 2021

Smaller technologies more possibilities and more threats.
RIP

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    • n74
    • 03 Dec 2021

    Isn't that light sensitive?

      The main application for this new type of camera is SPYING

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        • 02 Dec 2021

        BrianCoriour, 01 Dec 2021American goverment like this new camera sensor.Almost every technology devices were actually used by U.S. military & intelligent agencies years before regular people can finally use it. including bluetooth earphone, cellphone (non cable telephone), LCD TV, 3G/4G/5G (ultra high speed internet), AR/VR Goggles, Small sensor camera

        The time we regular people use it as consumer device, U.S. Military already has more advance device.

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          • 7tP
          • 02 Dec 2021

          can't they invent something useful rather than more way to capture sussy cat

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            • vaS
            • 02 Dec 2021

            Spy spy spy. All in the comments are spy...

            You are all disregarding it's medical potential argh.

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              • teq
              • 02 Dec 2021

              F for privacy

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                • 02 Dec 2021

                TheLastOracle, 01 Dec 2021Quantum Dot is just exaggerated stuff. There was a zensor e... moreCMOS is the standard, you expect rough edges from new tech until it becomes the defacto

                  Sounds interesting. Spying technology got a whole new level.

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                    • 02 Dec 2021

                    Anonymous, 01 Dec 2021All governments will, dummynope.. mine hate this... coz we dont have hi tech industry... lol

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                      • TX{
                      • 01 Dec 2021

                      captain fokou, 01 Dec 2021And that's how privacy dies Privacy and freedom of speech is already dead cause of google and social media that is owning the internet and control it what you can think and say

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                        • asU
                        • 01 Dec 2021

                        Will this go inside your eyes??

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                          • 01 Dec 2021

                          *Zucc intensifies*

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                            • 01 Dec 2021

                            BrianCoriour, 01 Dec 2021American goverment like this new camera sensor.All governments will, dummy

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                              • S2D
                              • 01 Dec 2021

                              now chinese will spy from anywhere

                                Shellyman Studios, 01 Dec 2021I know Samsung seeing this right now. American goverment like this new camera sensor.

                                  captain fokou, 01 Dec 2021And that's how privacy dies Dont worry every house will have them. Oh you gonna change in the change room at a store. Dont worry its not like theres MILLIONS of them everywhere literally on the wall and door and floors and you dont even see them. Dont worry you wont be on a site in full 10k 1000fps with HDR10+++++++++++++++

                                    Anonymous, 01 Dec 2021Waiting patiently for Quantum Dkt Sensor to replace CMOS ... moreQuantum Dot is just exaggerated stuff. There was a zensor even made, and it didn't do any better than CMOS.

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                                      • 01 Dec 2021

                                      That's one huge grain of salt. I wouldn't want to sprinkle that on my chips, for fear of choking on it...

                                        I know Samsung seeing this right now.