NASA seeks Cameron’s help to build 3D camera for Mars use

London: NASA scientists are seeking director James Cameron’s help in creating a new 3D camera for use on Mars, it has emerged.

The technical experts, building a high-resolution 3D camera, have recruited the helmer as a consultant.

The gadget will be used in the next rover mission to Mars, which is set for launch in 2011, reports the Daily Express.

Cameron’s 3D film ‘Avatar’ is an all time biggest grossing film.



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