Flexible OLED Camera Lets You Take Panoramic Pictures In A Single Snap (Video)
Aug 20, 2013 17:10
Researchers at Queen's University's Human Media Lab have come up with an easier way to take panorama pictures. They are using a flexible camera that can capture panoramic pictures in a single snap.
Dubbed the FlexCam, the prototype was developed by a team of interface researchers last year, but is now only being shown to the general public. A series of lenses and sensors attached to it automatically captures and stitches together a wider field of view as the FlexCam is bent in an arc. A flexible OLED panel on the back also means the camera's display can bend with the rest of its body too.
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