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New Graphene Camera Sensors Are 1,000 Times More Sensitive to Light

From Gizmodo:

"Not content to just turn paint into a power source, revolutionize headphones, suck pollution out of oceans, bestow us with hyper-fast upload times, and pretty much anything else you can dream up, graphene is at it once again. And this time, the supermaterial that keeps on giving is opening the door to better low-light photos in the form of an image sensor that can catch light 1,000 times better than traditional sensors. Oh, and it uses 10 times less energy, too."

Check out the full Gizmodo article for more info.

Posted: 5/31/2013 9:05:06 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
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