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New MIT Camera Takes 3D Photos in the Dark 45 45

smf28 writes "In a recent research paper published in Science, a team of researchers at MIT describe a new imaging technique that produces three-dimensional photos with only a single photon per pixel, using essentially one-hundredth the light of the best existing imaging technologies. The researchers say the technology could have a wide variety of low-light imaging applications from military to biological use."
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New MIT Camera Takes 3D Photos in the Dark

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