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New Technology to Revolutionize Night Vision

Researchers from the Australian National University have discovered the revolutionizing night vision technology; now, we can clearly see in the dark. This new technology is based on nanoscale crystals. Researchers said that it would make driving and walking in the dark easier and safer. Police and security guards can use this technology to see clearly in the dark. Lead researcher DR Rocio Camacho said that they had made invisible visible.

Human eyes can’t see infrared light, but this technology can transform infrared light and make things visible in the dark. The researchers used a very thin film to create this technology; it is a hundred per cent thinner than a human hair. You can even apply this over glasses.

Researchers say that everyone can access this technology because it’s very lightweight, cheap, and easy to produce in massive quantities. This tech uses thin films or meta-surfaces in order to manipulate light in new ways.

This is the first time in the entire human history when infrared light has been successfully transformed into visible images, said professor Neshev. An international team of researchers from ANU, TMOS, UNSW, Nottingham Trent University, and European partners developed this new technology. Nottingham Trent University’s School of Science and Technology department led the whole development process.

You can imagine how beneficial this technology can be; itinerants can track hills without the need for light. We can see the activities of mice or cockroaches as they come out in the dark, and plenty of things can be done with the help of this revolutionizing tech. Researchers are still working on this technology to make it more advanced and use infrared lights in other ways. The best part is that this technology is not expensive, which means it will be accessible to everyone. Are you excited to try this tech? Please share your thoughts in the comment section. Thank you for reading the article.

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