Researchers develop flexible, transparent image sensor

Researchers at the Institute of Computer Graphics at the Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria, have developed a way to capture images on a flexible sheet of plastic. Unlike traditional image sensors that use circuits and other internal structures to develop an image, this new solution is totally transparent.

This is not a simple piece of plastic well. The sensor is a polymer film (luminescent concentrator) containing a plurality of fluorescent particles that absorb the specific wavelength of light. It then transmits this light at a longer wavelength optical sensors on the side of the sheet, which captures all this, reconstruct an image to grayscale.

Read more of "researchers develop flexible, transparent image sensor" at CNET Australia.
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