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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
This invention by a subsidiary of a Japanese car manufacturer way back in the mid-1990s is now gaining a lot of popularity and is being used across the world thanks to camera-based cell phones. Name the invention.

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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
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banned#1
micro Mabuchi brushless moror?
#2
slamdunkin
micro Mabuchi brushless moror?

They makes small digital camera motors but am not sure if they do it for mobile phones.. also they dont seem to be the subsidiary of any japanese car making company....hmmm...
#3
led flash/headlights?
#4
zurich
led flash/headlights?


I think that was discovered much earlier, this is really tough oO.
banned#5
Is it s spin off technology from honda's ASIMO project?
#6
bigfoot100
zurich
led flash/headlights?


I think that was discovered much earlier, this is really tough oO.


led's were discovered a lot earlier but only became powerful enough in the mid 90's for headlights and flashes. wikipedia
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zurich
bigfoot100
zurich
led flash/headlights?


I think that was discovered much earlier, this is really tough oO.


led's were discovered a lot earlier but only became powerful enough in the mid 90's for headlights and flashes. wikipedia


Oh ok my bad.:p
#8
I am thinking cmos sensors, but like the light bulb and the telephone there are a number of claimants as the inventor
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The answer, I think, is QR-codes, those bar codes that you often see read by phones these days...

Read here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QR_Code

Developed by a Toyota subsidiary.
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jah128
The answer, I think, is QR-codes, those bar codes that you often see read by phones these days...

Read here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QR_Code

Developed by a Toyota subsidiary.


Yes it is QR codes...invented by Denso wave, a subs of toyota.... brilliant....

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