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It's alive?: Bacteria produce high definition images


Could your next HDTV or roll of film have a lot in common with your intestines?  Perhaps.
Some mad scientists at the University of California have genetically engineered bacteria from E. coli to produce pigment based on if they have grown in the dark, creating images of 100 megapixels at 2.5 centimeters.

Blah, I'm not impressed, everyone knows that if you have to upscale from a petri dish via a microscope, that is not 720p.


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