Eagles utilize foveated imaging, just like the tiny new camera

Eagles and other predators may be known for their sharp vision, but that claim really applies to the middle of their visual field – an area that corresponds to their fovea, which is the center of their eyes’ retina. This means that while things in the periphery of their vision are of average clarity, the subject that they’re watching is in very sharp focus. Scientists have now applied that same concept, called foveated imaging, to a miniature camera.

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