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Scientists have learned to look around the corner without looking around the corner



We see something when light falls on the object itself, and part of the light reflected from it is already captured by the retina of our eye. However, this does not work if the object is obscured by other objects or scattering media such as fog. But it is quite realistic to use diffused light from several objects in order to still see the desired object.

Developed by American scientists, the system emits light that bounces off the surface of an object. Then the reflection comes back, and this is fixed by the sensor. As a result, algorithms form an image of an invisible object. The main disadvantage of this method is the rather low image resolution.

The technology can find its application in the automotive field, help cars respond to hidden dangers, or be used in industry and medicine, where, for example, using a camera system, it will be possible to examine the internal organs of a person.

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