Now, if you can’t open the book, you don’t have to judge it by its cover.
The researchers from MIT Media Lab have managed to extract content from a densely layered structure – such as a print book – without the need to open it.
The scientists have combined a few highly advanced techniques to achieve that goal. They are a spatial resolution, spectral contrast, and occlusion.
We empower the time-of-flight capabilities of conventional THz time domain spectroscopy and combine it with its spectral capabilities to computationally overcome these bottlenecks.
Via Tech Crunch.
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