We have been witnessing the endoscopic capsules for quite a while. These capsules are wireless indigestible medical device that can be swallowed like any other vitamin pill to capture images and data from the digestive tract. Sayaka, an endoscopic capsule developed by RF System Lab has taken the captured image quality to one level forth by changing the camera position and rotating the camera. While the run-of-the-mill capsules have camera at the end, the Sayaka has its camera attached to one side in order to capture the best views of the digestive tract. Moreover, the capsule has a small stepper motor that rotates capsule in all direction allowing it to take images from every angle. During its 8 hour passage through the intestinal tract, Sayaka takes remarkably 870,000 photos that are sent to a receiver near the body. After that, Image Mosaicking technology is put into use to turn the images into high resolution maps of the tract that could be magnified up to 75 times. Here is a cool Sayaka promo video after the jump.