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Researchers at Duke University in the US have developed a cheap and easy-to-construct thermal camera that can capture a multispectral image half a million times faster than existing broad-spectrum detectors. The new camera owes its speed to advanced plasmonic and pyroelectric materials, and its inventors say it might find applications in medicine and food inspection as well as the up-and-coming field of precision agriculture.

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Category: Science