digital cameras

From: Max Eskin <>
Date: Tue Jul 13 20:41:49 1999

On Tue, 13 Jul 1999, Dwight Elvey wrote:
> It is interesting that there was a significant discovery made
>just recently about light going through small holes. This experimenter
>made a large number of small holes in a thin foil. The amount of
>light that got through the foil was several times more than the
>amount of light predicted by just the areas of the holes. It seems
>that the light was funneled into the holes and expanded on the other
>side. The holes were a few wavelength in diameter and the experimenter
>made about a million of them.

Well, if he used a standard light source, that's not surprising. If, on
the other hand, he used fiber optic cables or laser beams, it is more

--Max Eskin ( Ignorance is Impotence - Knowledge is Power
Received on Tue Jul 13 1999 - 20:41:49 BST

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