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Nano technology to improve digital photography

Discussion in 'Digital Photography Forum' started by Solmak, Jan 2, 2009.

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  1. Solmak

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    I just read this on BBC, Its quite interesting that Nono technology could help improve digital photography:




    Researchers in Scotland have been given nearly half a million pounds to try to improve digital camera images.
    The team, lead by scientists at the University of Glasgow, are developing small nanostructures that would be used on light detecting image sensors.



    source: bbc
     
  2. Janna122003

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    this is a breakthrough among camera makers. i have heard they invented cameras up to 50 megapixels now... im excited
     
  3. Solmak

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    which company invested this 50Pixle camera?
     
  4. d2handrea

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    Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale. This covers both current work and concepts that are more advanced.
     
  5. TikkeUmlanapar

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    what d2handrea said was right nanotech works from the basic building structures. the future is nano
     
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    Wow.. 50 Mega Pixel Camera.. Amazing and Interesting..
     
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    The 3D ones are very interesting too..
     
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    Is it really possible that we can take 3D photos. I don't think so.
     
  9. Solmak

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    Well, I have a sony Alpha 77 that is said to be capable of 3D photo but when I view the picture its supposed to have taken in 3D, I can't see anything different from a regulr 2 D pics
     
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    It's great to know about Nano technology improving digital technology ... I will buy this kind of camera one day for my businesses. Thanks for the information..
     
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    hi temi, the A77 cannot take 3D images, they are panoramas, and can only be viewed in 3D on a 3D TV or 3D compatible viewing device.
     
    #11 Eni, Apr 14, 2012 at 10:49 AM
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    Looks like a great progress for cameras...now how long until you see this in your cell phone!
     
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