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German engineers have developed a camera that is small enough to be handled with a syringe. The technology is thought to be especially useful in medical imaging and hidden imaging. Researchers from the University of Stuttgart have developed a three-lens camera using a 3-D printer to connect only two hair-thickness-thick optical fibers.
Thanks to this technology, endoscopes that will cause the least damage to the human body can be developed and a new stage of imaging can be used. The research was published in Nature Photonics.

In addition, this technology invisible security systems or mini-robots can be used for automatic imaging said. 3D printers are now used for the production of plastic, metal or ceramic parts. In general, raw materials are processed by laser in layers. It is believed that the limitations in normal medical production will change due to the 3-D printer method. It is reported that this small eye, which takes only a few hours to design, provides “high optical performance and incredible compactness..
They can be arranged directly on the CMOS chip.
The lens is only 100 microns, one in 10th of a millimeter in size and up to 120 microns in sheath. It is able to focus from a distance of 3.0 mm and transfers with a 1.7-meter optical fiber. This imaging system can be easily delivered to a syringe needle. This way, it can be sent to an organ and even to the brain. It provides the possibility of noninvasive and non-invasive examination of endoscopic applications. Both medical and industrial sectors. The component lens can be used in digital cameras by pressing an imaging sensor.
Colorized SEM image of the triplet lens produced directly at the optical fiber end.

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