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Turning Your Smartphone Into a Ruler
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a way to use a smartphone’s sensors to build 3-D models of faces or other objects and — literally, with the wave of a hand — provide accurate measurements of those objects. Robotics Institute researchers accomplished this computer vision feat by leveraging the cheap inertial measurement units used to automatically switch a smartphone's screen orientation.

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