Scientists Use Visible Light To See Through Solid Surfaces

Scientists Use Visible Light To See Through Solid Surfaces
Innovation

Researchers have developed a new method to potentially replace X-rays and ultrasounds.

Naresh Kumar
  • 8 october 2010

French scientists from the Institut Langevin have devised a new method to detect images through opaque objects using regular, visible light. What it means for us is, it can potentially replace X-rays and ultrasounds in medical imaging applications. The scientists used a laser, a digital camera and a projector to extract images from light passing through a solid surface by interpreting how the surface makes the light scatter.

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