Through the Lens: The Future of Camera Technology


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From AI-powered cameras to 3D imaging and virtual reality experiences, the possibilities are endless.

In an era where cameras are not just tools but extensions of our very selves, it's intriguing to ponder what lies ahead in the evolution of these devices. Smartphones have made photographers of us all, yet the rapid advancements in technology suggest we are only scratching the surface. To dive deeper into this fascinating journey, the Department of Computing is thrilled to spotlight a must-listen podcast episode that promises to illuminate the path forward in camera technology.
Hosted by Roma Agrawal, "Through the Lens: The Future of Camera Technology" brings together two esteemed experts in the field. Geoff Belknap, a renowned historian of photography and the Keeper of Science & Technology at National Museums Scotland, shares his insights on the historical progression and the cultural impact of camera technology. Complementing his perspective is our very own Professor Abhijeet Ghosh, Professor of Graphics & Imaging at Imperial College London, who sheds light on the cutting-edge advancements that are shaping the future of imaging.
This dynamic conversation navigates through the latest trends, from AI-powered cameras that can enhance image quality in real-time to the development of 3D imaging technologies that promise to redefine our understanding of depth and space. Virtual reality experiences, once the stuff of science fiction, are now within our grasp, offering new ways to capture and interact with the world around us.
Join Roma Agrawal, Geoff Belknap, and Professor Abhijeet Ghosh on this enlightening journey through time and technology, and be part of the conversation that's setting the stage for the next revolution in imaging.

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Mr Ahmed Idle

Mr Ahmed Idle
Department of Computing


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