Monday, September 3, 2012

Now click 3D photos from ordinary smartphone camera


Now you can click 3D photos from ordinary smartphone camera and send it to friends over Facebook and Twitter. The 3D effect will bring a dash of excitement and emotion thrown in along with the photographs.

All this is brought in reality by two Indian researchers, Kshitij Marwah and Ramesh Raskar. Both  of the researchers are from Massachusetts Institute of Technology are ready with a technology which can provide developers a platform to integrate features found DSLR cameras in their smartphones.

At this time Marwah is in Banglore to introduce this technology to the Research and Development heads of the world's biggest mobile phone makers. He said "We have developed a new camera design called Light Field Camera Technology that can be fitted inside a cellphone camera to capture the bundle of light rays coming from the scene,giving user the ability to capture single shot 3D photos."


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