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Sony Tries to Imitate the Human Eye with New Camera Sensor

Biomimicry is a new field in science where nature's processes are imitated to solve human problems. A new camera se...

Sony Tries to Imitate the Human Eye with New Camera Sensor

Biomimicry is a new field in science where nature's processes are imitated to solve human problems. A new camera sensor Sony has been testing curves like the human eye in order to take more realistic photos.

 

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The eye offers the most simple, but most effective, way of recording an image without using complex optical devices. At a recent presentation in Hawaii, Sony presented two different sensors, one for a 35mm digital camera and a second that could be used on compact cameras and smartphones. This new technology by Sony can greatly improve image quality, especially for small devices like smartphones.

 

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