NTU scientists invent revolutionary camera sensor for clear shots in the dark

Published on : 31-May-2013


NTU scientists, led by Asst Prof Wang Qijie from EEE and SPMS, have created a new camera component that could allow photographers to take high-quality pictures, even in dim conditions. The sensor, made from a material called graphene, is a thousand times more sensitive than those currently in use. It detects a broad spectrum of light, helping to produce clear photographs in murky conditions without needing the flash.

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