Ramesh Raskar

Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, MIT

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Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

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Barcodes are familiar to every consumer, but the information they contain is only available to the scanner at the checkout counter.

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Barcodes are familiar to every consumer, but the information they contain is only available to the scanner at the checkout counter.

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