Fully-functional camera the size of a grain of salt been developed by researchers

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This one-of-a-kind camera, which is approximately the size of a grain of salt, was created by researchers from Princeton University and the University of Washington.

The camera is about the size of a grain of salt. It can, however, capture objects in close proximity in excellent detail.

Experts say that prior micro-cameras were outstanding in terms of size but not in terms of shot quality. Even photos of objects in close proximity were often unclear and fuzzy.

However, this is not the case with the one produced by academics from the two universities mentioned above.

The camera, which was the size of a grain of salt, had captured items in spectacular detail and vivid colour. It’s on par with a traditional compound camera lens, according to the researchers.

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