Are Cheap High Quality 3-D Cameras in Cellphones The Next Innovation?

From colacoan

MIT researchers have devised a one-pixel camera that uses some clever mathematical tricks to capture 3-D images. They use a cheap photodetector and an ordinary analog-to-digital converter -— an off-the-shelf component already found in all cellphones. Moreover, the algorithm is simple enough to run on a smartphone’s processor.

Read the article at: MITNews.