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March 27, 2022

Taking photos at night on your phone used to look terrible, but recent phones have much improved capabilities. Julian Chokkattu, reviews editor at WIRED, explains how smartphone camera technology has gotten so much better.

Ramesh Raskar, MIT

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Nighttime image fusion

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Multi spectral imaging

Mohan, Ankit, Ramesh Raskar, and Jack Tumblin. "Agile spectrum imaging: Programmable wavelength modulation for cameras and projectors." Eurographics 2008

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Why Smartphone Night Photos Are So Good Now | WIRED

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