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Panoramic field of view imaging device










Image Number 10 for United States Patent #7801584.

An in vivo imaging device with a curved reflective element and for example a concave portion of an outer shell of such device. Such curved reflective element may for example reflect onto an image sensor light rays from an object where such light rays before reflection are substantially parallel to the plane of the image sensor. An in vivo imaging device with a reflective surface situated at an angle to an image sensor of such imaging device. Such an angle may be for example a 45 degree angle so that light rays that are substantially parallel to a plain of an image sensor of an imaging device may for example be reflected by the reflective surface onto the image sensor.








 
 
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