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Saturday, 01 June 2013
Over the past year, graphene has gained tremendous limelight when it comes to the microprocessor industry, as clearly, this super material is touted to be the next generation microprocessor that can perform processing that is many times faster than current technology. Nevertheless, it looks like graphene is set to break yet another work record, as scientists at Singapore claimed that they have discovered that graphene is more sensitive to light as compared to current materials.

Apparently, the researchers at the Nanyang Technological University have developed an image sensor using graphene, and this particular sensor is 1,000 times better at capturing light when compared to traditional CMOS or CCD sensors, and it uses 10 times lesser energy in the process too. Well, if the graphene camera sensor do materialize, it would eventually end up in surveillance equipment and satellites, and then subsequently to consumer goods like cameras found on your smartphones.

Graphene Camera Sensors Said to be 1,000 Times More Sensitive to Light

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