Sarah Griffiths
Daily Mail.co.uk
November 30, 2013

The camera works by reconstructing 3D images from photons reflected from barely visible objects. On the left is an image created by using current technologies, while the image on the right uses the scientists' new device
The camera works by reconstructing 3D images from photons reflected from barely visible objects. On the left is an image created by using current technologies, while the image on the right uses the scientists’ new device

Spies operating under the cover of darkness might find that their job is about to get easier as U.S. scientists have developed a camera that can take photographs of objects and people that are only very dimly lit.

The camera works by reconstructing 3D images from photons reflected from barely visible objects.

The technology could be used in next generation spy cameras or to treat eyes that are easily damaged by bright light.

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