Scientists at MIT have created a new camera that uses a titanium-sapphire laser as a light source, and it's so sensitive it can see around corners.
The video above shows how scientists at the MIT Media Lab reconstruct a hidden object using scattered laser light. Future applications may include seeing in dangerous or inaccessible locations, such as inside machinery with moving parts, or in highly contaminated areas.
Read the original research here and check out the researchers project url here. The first author's web page is available on this page.