3D Camera Going to Mars
"Avatar" director James Cameron has managed to persuade NASA to include a high-res 3D camera on the Curiosity Rover, set to go to Mars next year. Although they were thinking of dropping the idea because of budget cuts, Cameron managed to convince NASA administrator Charles Bolden that the public might get into the project more with 3D. The camera is being built by Malin Space Science Systems with the director's assistance.
Via CBS News
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Posted by Sheila Franklin at May 4, 2010 9:10 AM