A technique to see through dense, dynamic, and heterogeneous fog conditions. The technique, based on visible light, uses hardware that is similar to LIDAR to recover the target depth and reflectance.
For example, we show recovery of objects 57 cm away from the camera while the visibility is only 37 cm. Demonstrating 6 times better contrast.

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March 23rd, 2015

Kumbhathon: Progress and Pictures

March 19th, 2015

ReDX Progress & Pictures

Recently researchers from the MIT Media Lab traveled to India to lead 2 workshops focused on tech innovation for the […]

February 13th, 2015

Nature Comm Paper: Single-photon sensitive light-in-flight imaging

A new paper from our group that goes one step beyond the ‘light in a bottle’ paper.   The […]

January 15th, 2015

The River of Data

Blog – Article and Pictures by John Werner, Head of Innovation and New Ventures, MIT Media Lab, Camera Culture Group. […]

December 30th, 2014

Kumbhathon: Tech Innovations for a Pop-Up City, Jan 24-30, 2015

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December 20th, 2014

Camera Culture’s (amazing, wonderful, classy) Gift Guide

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December 19th, 2014

Read “Look At The Eyes” in The Wired World

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December 19th, 2014

Engineering Health – Addressing the Global Health Landscape

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December 18th, 2014

REDX Camps, Kuldeep Singh Rajput shares the journey of mECG

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November 11th, 2014

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November 6th, 2014

Ramesh Raskar Talks about Vision Correcting Displays on BBC News

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November 5th, 2014

Camera Culture Diwali Celebration

We celebrated Diwali last month at Media Lab Tea.  We ate delicious food, listened to good music, and surrounded ourselves with […]

October 30th, 2014

Vote for eyeMITRA – Finalist in Nokia Sensing X Challenge

VOTE NOW!  Congratulations to the eyeMITRA team!  Everyone has been working so hard to make this project a success.  Take […]

October 30th, 2014

Vision Correcting Display Featured in Technology Review

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September 15th, 2014

What? Why? How? Visiting Student Vijay Sadashivaiah Answers Important Questions

September 12th, 2014

Visiting Student Annette Mossel Works on Ubiquitous Human Computer Interaction and Ultra-Fast Image Acquisition

August 8th, 2014

Visiting Student Abhimanyu Dubey Works on Real Time Object Detection

August 7th, 2014

Vision-correcting displays: Technology could lead to e-readers, smartphones, and displays that let users dispense with glasses.

Vision-correcting displays Technology could lead to e-readers, smartphones, and displays that let users dispense with glasses. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Researchers at the MIT Media […]

July 22nd, 2014

ReDx Hyderabad Workshop Finishes This Week

Congratulations to all participants on a productive week.  View the teams blog to learn more about their work:

July 14th, 2014

ReDx Bootcamp Researchers Keep Blog to Update on Progress in India

The ReDx (Rethinking Engineering Design eXecution) Bootcamp is being held this month in Hyderabad India.  Researchers are updating a blog […]