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1: Create an ad-hoc wireless network between
and smart phones set to do so.
2: Use a precise timing signal to record when
3: Use multiple nearly-concurrent or coordinated and
truly concurrent pictures between multiple cameras
vastly improve picture
quality. When objects in
pictures look the same merge the best parts of
images and details between images. Each camera
have an effective lens up to hundreds of times
4: Allow graceful performance improvement or
degradation: improve images gradually as long as the
camera is on the network.
||I see problems if the cameras take their pictures
from different viewpoints, or at different times if
the scene moves.
||However, as long as you can persuade two cameras
to occupy the same space at the same time*, this
||(*you may need to spin them in opposite directions)