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CoSync allow the sharing of mobile device features through bluetooth or Wifi connections. This team from MIT, led by Eyal Toledano, intends for the CoSync system to allow mobile devices to share features such as cameras and microphones. Imagine accessing a friend’s phone that is in a remote location and taking control of their camera feature in order take a picture of his or her surroundings.

During the testing phase Toledano managed to slave six different devices to a single master phone using the CoSync system. The master device was able to send command signals to the 6 other cameras. The command signals instructed the 6 camera phones to activate their flashes at specific intervals. The resulting flashes from differing angles created a perfectly even lighted image that outperformed the results of single camera picture images. This type of camera and flash control could effectively end the appearance of “red eye” in pictures if CoSync is implemented correctly. We have seen this type of camera manipulation on a larger scale in the past. If we think back to the original Matrix movie we will remember the birth of bullet time. By placing camera phones around a target and timing the flashes Toledano was able to reproduce the bullet time effect with CoSync.


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