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Miniature HDTV Camera for Tight Spaces

by Paul Strauss
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Developed by researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS in Erlangen, Germany, this tiny little camera can capture full HDTV 1920×1080 resolution video at up to 60 frames per second.

MicroHDTV Camera

The MicroHDTV camera measures just about 1.5″ x 1.5″ x 3″ and can easily fit in confined spaces like the inside of a race car or even on a helmet. The camera features IP-based connectivity and all settings (color, white balance, frame rate, etc…) can be controlled via a remote web browser.

This miniaturization could mean that we’ll see really high-quality first person perspective coverage of sporting events in the very near future.

[via Bloggingit]

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Comments (1):

  1. Duncan Watts says:

    Woahoho! I must admit, you have some pretty trippy informtion here.

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