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iCandy: Here’s to Your Health

Electronics that restore vocal ability, mobility, and salubrity

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Photo: Thomas Peter/Reuters
Jonas Pfeil, a researcher at Berlin Technical University, shows off his solution for producing a truly unencumbered 360-degree image of a scene. He embedded in a ball 36 miniature cameras of the type used in cellphones. When the ball is thrown, a sensor detects when it is at its highest point and triggers the cameras to snap pictures simultaneously. Software then merges the photos into a single, all-encompassing image.

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