How do you identify success in technology? In these days, it seems like you want to make things thinner and you want to make things lesser.
And it really does not get much smaller than the Naneye camera. That tiny imager measures just 1mm x 1mm.
That makes it slighter than a match head and smaller than a rubber eraser on the end of a pencil. Naturally, such a small camera isn’t going to record in HD (yet), instead, it does 250×250 pixel motion at 44 frames per second.
While all the pervs and voyeurs out there will possible consider some other uses, the interior application here is within the medical field.
You can almost certainly expect to see the Naneye used for endoscopy, dental imaging, surgical bots, and so on.
It won’t be lengthy, though, before I am sure this shows up in spy cameras and stealthy observation equipment like those tacky watches and pens.