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New 3D Camera Sets Record for Number of Lenses: 158

Certified as a record holder by the Guinness Book, Yojiro Ishino of the Nagoya Institute of Technology in Japan created, along with his students, this mammoth camera back in August to photograph and study flames.

The 158 lenses are encased in a 18.5-inch aluminum arc frame. Imagine the lenticulars you could make from that! The goal is to discover more efficient ways of burning fuel for engines. For more information, go here.

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