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New Camera Can Track Moving Objects Around Corners

News   Jul 30, 2019 | Original story from Stanford Unversity

 
New Camera Can Track Moving Objects Around Corners

Left: The around-the-corner camera's near-real-time reconstruction of David Lindell moving around in a high visibility tracksuit. Right: Objects -- including books, a stuffed animal and a disco ball -- in and around a bookshelf tested the system's versatility in capturing light from different surfaces in a large-scale scene. Credit: David Lindell

 
 
 

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