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Video: "Bouncy-ball" camera may help responders scope out danger

The device contains six cameras that can take two photographs per second and send them to a laptop or smartphone


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BOSTON — A "bouncy-ball" camera could help firefighters or SWAT teams scope out the potentially dangerous environments they are about to enter, its U.S. developer says.

The device, by Boston-based Bounce Imaging, contains six cameras that take two photographs per second and send them to a smartphone or laptop when the ball is thrown into an unknown area.

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