All childhood Ramesh Raskar regretted that he did not have eyes in the back of his head. I suspect that the world does not exist if I do not look at him, so I kept turning around to see what was behind me. Although over the years this habit swirl disappeared Raskar not lost the desire to acquire a broader vision angle.
Today, as the head of the research group Camera Culture and associate professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT Media Lab, Raskar embodies his childhood dream into a reality, along with many others. Among his inventions – who works at the speed of light, and improvised tools for medical imaging. Read the rest of this entry »