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see in the dark

April 18, 2016

Fish-Eyed Lens Cuts Through the Dark

MADISON, Wis. — Combining the best features of a lobster and an African fish, University of Wisconsin–Madison engineers have created an artificial eye that can see in the dark. And their fishy false eyes could help search-and-rescue robots or surgical scopes make dim surroundings seem bright as day. Their biologically inspired approach, published today in