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Big structures rule this week's tech gallery, from the new tallest building the U.S. to a vertical ship designed to drift on ocean currents.
The city is installing Intellistreets, a brand of street lighting that is capable of recording video and audio of pedestrians and motorists.
A new way to make a wide-angle lens could lead to an 85-megapixel imager the size of a walnut. Continue reading →
Six cameras and special software will provide commentators and fans with a more in-depth analysis of the game. Continue reading →
Madeleine, an "analog odor camera" uses technology developed for the perfume industry to analyze and recreate fragrance compounds. Continue reading →
A cheap and abundant form of molybdenum could make digital cameras much more sensitive in dim light. Continue reading →
A camera made of a single fiber gets close-ups of individual cells. ->
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