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Indians create technology that lets smartphone cameras click 3D photos
The next wedding photograph you shoot can be in 3D and that too, on an ordinary mobile phone camera. Instead of a static line of friends and relatives posing, a three-dimensional view of the scene can be captured and sent to friends over Facebook or Flickr. The 3D effect on your smartphone brings in a dash of the excitement and emotion thrown in along with the photographs.And in case you want to focus on a favourite aunt in the picture, it can be done at a later date. Again, with the help of a technology built-in in your mobile cameras. While Samsung made a big bang announcement a couple of days ago on their latest Galaxy Camera which combines features of a smartphone with those in latest cameras, here is a camera design which does exactly the reverse.

Two Indian researchers, Kshitij Marwah and Ramesh Raskar - both from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology -- are ready with a technology which can provide developers a platform to integrate features found in digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras in their smartphones.
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