Super Chip Vision Book Scanning Tech Captures Motion at a Blink of an Eye

This product is intended for all the speed maniacs with a passion for cameras. Ever heard of any camera that can perform scanning an entire 200 page book in a minute? If not, then I guess it time to check out the geeky gadget, “Super Chip Vision”, designed by Professor Masatoshi Ishikawa.

This real fast camera can operate at 500fps, and captures frames at 1280 x 1024 resolutions. Amazing enough? It also makes your work so easy by digitizing documents more straightforwardly, and while you flip through the book fast, the camera will grab a stable shot of everything along the way.

This concept uses a combination of regular light and laser light while the system can track the laser patterns and use them to adjust the images for any skew or 3D deformation.

Well, this concept isn’t far away, as Ishikawa has already used the Super Vision Chip in robotics as he has created robot arms that are capable of tracking and catching objects moving at high speed, or bouncing balls off of walls without dropping them.

With such amazing and steady performance, his team is trying to work on improving the performance to flip the book even faster.  The final motive is to have a camera system small enough to fit into a mobile device that can be used in an iPhone. Just have patience till this concept is turned into a reality.

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Via: SlashGear