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posted in July 2009
Woven optical fibers seek to replace lens
News & Analysis  
7/15/2009   2 comments
By combining semiconductor layers and metal electrodes within optical fibers, researchers have demonstrated a distributed camera lens that can be woven into a fabric.
Researchers claim optical processing breakthrough
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7/14/2009   Post a comment
Researchers at IMEC (Leuven, Belgium) and the University of Ghent (Belgium) are claiming a major breakthrough in optical processing and thus all optical routing.
NIST advances quantum computing
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7/8/2009   Post a comment
Quantum computers have inched closer to reality after the National Institute of Standards and Technology researchers demonstrated the ability to read and write individual quantum bits using a combination of microwaves and polarized lasers.
Robot with "human-like" vision
Industrial Control DesignLine Blog  
7/6/2009   1 comment
With robots being outfitted with many different types of sensors, it's not surprising that human researchers are interested in replicating how we perceive the outside world.


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