Glasgow scientists create single-pixel 3D images

The system uses low-cost detectors and just one pixel

 Scientists from School of Physics and Astronomy at Glasgow University  have found a cheap way to create 3D images without using conventional digital cameras.

The system uses simple and low-cost detectors which have just one pixel to sense light instead of the millions of pixels used by digital cameras. According to scientists, these new sensors will cost “few pounds”, in comparison with the “thousands” of pounds current systems cost.

The technology i...

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