Amazing technology created by MIT researchers that you can read books without opening them
Many scientists including one of them who is from Indian origin have discovered such an amazing thing that will bring a question mark at your face that how could this happen, they have developed a new technology that can read pages of a closed book, yes you heard it right, an advance that help archaeologists look into antique books without touching them.
Researchers, including Ramesh Raskar from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US, tested a prototype of the system on a stack of papers, each with one letter printed on it. The system was able to correctly identify the letters on the top nine sheets.
The researchers from MIT and Georgia Institute of Technology in the US developed the algorithms that acquire images from individual sheets in stacks of paper, and interpret the often distorted or incomplete images as individual letters. The system uses terahertz radiation, the band of electromagnetic radiation between microwaves and infrared light, which has several advantages over other types of waves that can penetrate surfaces, such as X-rays or sound waves.