Single-Pixel Camera Challenges Consumer Misconceptions

Single-Pixel Camera Challenges Consumer Misconceptions

An optics research group challenge the myth that more pixels means better quality.

Plus Aziz
  • 17 february 2011

When shopping for digital cameras, consumers often associate a higher number of megapixels with better image quality, a common misconception that the Optics Research Group (GROC) at Universitat Jaume I challenge in a recent project. The experiment featured a single-pixel sensor that was able to record high quality images despite the obvious limitations. Gizmag reports:

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