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(CNN) -- The next generation of digital cameras could show us how bugs see the world.
Researchers have created a digital camera that imitates the bulging eyes of insects, specifically fire ants and bark beetles. The cameras can capture a 160-degree-wide field of view with nearly infinite depth of field, meaning all areas of the photo will be in focus. The tiny domes are covered in 180 microlenses, each capturing a unique angle of the subject.
The team of insect-admiring engineers and builders set out to make a man-made camera that recreated how bugs see the world.
"We feel that the insect world provides extremely impressive examples of engineering -- in the vision, flight, power and sensing systems. I, personally, have been intrigued by the insect eye for as long as I can remember," said professor John Rogers of the University of Illinois, who worked on the camera.
Get the full story here: http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/01/tech/innovation/bug-eye-camera/