Arts and Culture

This MIT camera can read books. Even when they're closed

When the radiation passes through the pages of a given book, it causes a pulse to bounce back towards the device at a certain frequency. Image: REUTERS/Robert Pratta

Leanna Garfield

Innovation Reporter, Tech Insider

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