Scientists take 3D Photos with Single Pixel Sensors

Please note this post was not created by Jay Clapp Photography but by James Robertson

Original BBC Article (w/video)

Prof. Miles Padgett and his team of scientists at Glasgow University’s School of  in Scotland have created a technology which can generate a 3D image using just four stand-alone pixels by capturing light frequency waves beyond what the human eye can see.

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