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MIT Video Tech Could Turn iPhones Into Real Life Tricorders | Cult of Mac

Imagine that you could just point your iPhone’s camera at your baby and it would immediately tell you his vital signs: heartbeat and so on. Or that you could fire up an app and it could pick out tiny, invisible movements from what looks like a still video. Using a process called Eulerian Video Magnification, boffins at MIT are doing this already.

Eulerian Video Magnification takes a standard video feed and processes it in real time, applying something called Spatial Decompositi... (View original article)

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