The best smartphone features that you can find in any store right now are the ones that can be enjoyed by most users.
You can introduce your face biometrically, and you can shoot videos in high resolution. But there is another revolution in which these technological achievements are now very close: to see the back of the walls.
We always envy the technology that Batman, one of the best fictional detectives of all time, uses both in comics and in movies. The only super-powerful money man that this money can use is knowledge and technology. At least it may be possible to see the back of walls like that. Of course, there is a need for people to use at least as good things as Batman.
We need to realize that increasingly megapixel numbers are no longer associated with quality photographs. Manufacturers no longer focus on their numerical value, but on other factors that affect image quality.
According to the latest scientific research on cameras, it is said that changes to their electronic computing processes can help to display different forms of light. In the traditional sense, we are very close to applying new techniques to transmit not only visible but also unseen images. That is, we can see what happens in a human body, what happens behind a wall, in our phone cameras.
Inverse logic: Many pixels rather than single light source, many light source, and single pixel:
Typical cameras are used to capture a light illuminated by a single light source. However, instead of this information from a large number of light sources can be collected with a single pixel.
Of course, we need controlled light sources to do this. For example, a simple projector that illuminates our image with different patterns or layers at once. Our camera, which measures the amount of light reflected for each illumination layer or pattern, can collect data on the same pixel to produce the final image.
To take a photo like this, it is a sophisticated way to send lots of layers of light to produce a picture. But its rationale is proof that today’s cameras, seen as impossible, will be used.
We can make the visible light beam visible through our cameras. The most basic example for this is that the light of the LED lamp on the TV controls is seen through the camera. As such, different lights from certain obstacles may offer us invisible details about that obstacle.
Exit with another example: iPhone X, which you can find in any technology store, comes with a system called TrueDepth around the front camera. This system directs approximately 30,000 infra-red points that the human eye can not perceive to the human face, creating 3D image data. A kind user’s digital sculpture is being removed.
There are a lot of ways that producers have to go through to produce cameras that show unseen. But pretty soon we will see cameras that use similar systems.