Adelson Makes Advances In 3-D Imaging
Photo: Micah Kimo Johnson
11 August 2011
CSAIL Professor Edward Adelson has premiered a new way to create 3-D images with a simple, portable imaging system. The system, called GelSight, can currently register physical features less than a micrometer in depth and about two micrometers across, and produce 3-D models of an object that can be manipulated on a computer screen.
GelSight could prove useful in everything from medicine to forensics and biometrics.
For more, check out the MIT News story here.