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Seeing the Unseen With Computer Vision

News   Jun 21, 2019 | Original story from Carnegie Mellon University

 
Seeing the Unseen With Computer Vision

A research team led by Carnegie Mellon University scientists has demonstrated techniques for using scattered light to see around corners, enabling them to reconstruct images in detail. On the left is a reconstructed image of a US quarter that was scanned using non-line-of-sight methods, compared with the quarter on the right that was scanned using standard methods. Credit: Carnegie Mellon University

 
 
 

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