See around corners using ultrafast time-of-flight imaging

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+15 1. medicino commented 9 years ago

The harder I try to imagine what we will be able to do in 50 years the more likely it is that I'll fall short.
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+5 2. Mikey320 commented 9 years ago

Looks like the pillsbury doughboy! :P
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+10 3. Siruss commented 9 years ago

This is undoubtedly simply amazing technology that is emerging here.
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+6 4. mmmendal commented 9 years ago

Looks like it is too slow for live feed of moving objects but could be very useful in hard to reach places like archeological tunnels that are to small for man or camera.
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+5 5. kekke2000 commented 9 years ago

1:40 Head shot!
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+3 6. Geekster (admin) commented 9 years ago

very interesing concept, but it's just a concept... it has to be worked on a lot more to be used in day-by-day life :) still pretty impressive :D
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+7 7. LightAng3l commented 9 years ago

They could replace the wall the laser bounces off with a mirror and get a better image with a regular camera, just saying ... still pretty coll ! :D
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+3 8. cyberdevil commented 9 years ago

The bursts of photons at the beginning seem way too random to calculate anything, but if they say so I guess it is so... really cool gadget...
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+4 9. ihateregistering commented 9 years ago

#6 Unless you dont want the 'object' to be looking at you :)
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+8 10. pagan commented 9 years ago

there will be nowhere to hide when the machines takes over...... :( :( :( :(
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+5 11. DrPing commented 9 years ago

coming to iPhone 10...
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+3 12. drunkmonk commented 9 years ago

My god! Never thought this would be possible. The calculations seemed too complicated. #10 'th compleatley agree!
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+1 13. LQoQK commented 9 years ago

I dont know but it looks like a fake
time is something but what about angels the source of reflection.
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0 14. yourmum commented 9 years ago

Also, the shadow at 1:38 might give some clue :(|)
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0 15. buckleg08 commented 238 days ago

9 years later we have flat earthers, anti vax and karens....:|
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0 16. Judge-Jake commented 237 days ago

The issue with this is that you need the back wall. 8-)
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0 17. krazeeeyez commented 237 days ago

#11 it's called iPhone X not 10!