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Seeing depth through a single lens | Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

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Published on Aug 5, 2013

Researchers at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have developed a way for photographers and microscopists to create a 3D image through a single lens, without moving the camera. This improbable-sounding technology relies only on computation and mathematics—no unusual hardware or fancy lenses. The effect is the equivalent of seeing a stereo image with one eye closed. To read more about how it's done, visit: http://hvrd.me/16eD6q3.

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