Using an array of tiny lenses, this concept camera can take a wide variety of shapes
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This robot is a critic of selfies
Eliminate the need for a circular polarizing filter when shooting through glass
Scientists in Illinois have found it only takes three photons to activate the eyes
Leave the circular polarizing filter at home and nuke reflections the new way
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By tracking what everyone is looking at, and obeying basic rules of cinematography, it can auto-edit your footage together into...
Without even the need for reflective tracking dots
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