A criminal reflected

Investor's Business Daily
December 2013
Investors Business Daily;12/31/2013, pA02
A criminal reflected in a victim's or bystander's eye could lead to his capture in the future. Advances in digital photography make this possible, Univ. of York researchers said in a paper. By zooming in on high-res photos, the scientists were able to see faces of bystanders. The quality of the images was good enough to accurately ID the bystander, the researchers said.


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