presenter Holly Willoughby, pictured, after watching two contestants eating sheep's brains and drinking fish-eye
Scientists at MIT and Harvard University have found that fish-eye
lenses could prove to be a promising vehicle for entangling atoms and other quantum bits, the necessary building blocks for designing quantum computers.
He is showing his Circle series where he has experimented with a fish-eye
lens to create circular images that capture the texture and colours of old Dubai.
The system will support advanced semi-automated driving, with a telephoto lens for longer-distance sensing and a fish-eye
lens to grab a wider field of view.
The headset has two "fish-eye
sensors" on the front of the device for inside-out tracking, which eliminates external sensors, an integrated gyroscope, accelerometer and magnetometer for six-degrees-of-freedom positional tracking.
You can also experiment with multiple exposures or different lenses (fish-eye
, close-up, wide-angle) to achieve unusual shots.
It can switch from a fish-eye
to a telephoto lens instantaneously.
In the same year, George Harrison captured himself through a fish-eye
lens standing in front of the Taj Mahal on a Beatles tour.
Enter Samsung Gear 360, a tiny ball-shaped camera that packs two F/2.0 fish-eye
lenses, each with a 15-megapixel sensor.
Further, the reference design by Facebook, uses 14 wide angle cameras and three fish-eye
cameras (two at the bottom and one on top).
Through several pictures of Egyptian pound denominations, ranging from the EGP 200 bill to the now-defunct quarter pound note, Fayez superimposed the image as depicted on the notes over the real-life image, then photographed them through a fish-eye