Finding the Visible in the Invisible

I’m always delighted with what M.I.T. professors and students are capable of doing. This time they came up with a video method, which amplifies the picture giving a better visual description of even the minimal movements. This technology can be used to diagnose diseases, monitor patients or understand and do better mechanical calculations.

The best thing about this, beside that it’s unique, is that it’s free for anyone to download and use for non-commercial purposes. As with this case, it’s usually not the technology that astonishes me but the creativity of individuals.

Hope you enjoy,

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