Bee brains open way for better cameras

New research into the way that honeybees see colour could pave the way for more accurate cameras in phones, drones and robots.

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  • cameras
  • robots
  • RMIT University
  • bees
  • vision
  • brain
  • neuroscience
  • Monash University
  • imaging systems
  • imaging
  • anatomy
  • biology
  • insects

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