A ring-firing camera could come to market in the next two to three years, according to a report in Medical News Now.
The camera, called a “light ring” or light beam, can produce light that reflects back to the viewer as a beam of light, allowing it to “beam down” to the eye and then illuminate the eye, providing a much more vivid and lifelike image.
This type of device has been available for a few years now in the U.S. but has not yet been commercially available.
However, it is still not quite ready for the mainstream market, the report said.
The company behind the ring-lighting device, a company called LightRing, is also one of the companies that has designed a camera system that uses light from a laser.
“LightRing’s new Light Ring camera has the ability to light a beam in real time and the light beam can then reflect back into the eye for an eye-friendly effect,” the company said in a press release.
It also added that LightRing’s camera has “zero latency” and “no need to change the focus of the lens” to make the image.
According to the report, the camera can provide an average of six hours of continuous video, while the current light-beaming camera can record up to nine hours.
The LightRing camera also has a built-in microphone and microphone-like lens that can be turned off when not in use.