Spectral Edge in your smartphone
Next-generation HDR, best in class AWB white balance, Better selfies,
Clearer, sharper images
Most high-end smartphones feature at least two cameras on the rear side, which are used for conventional photography, and one or two specialist cameras on the front side for more targeted applications.
Using our flexible, artefact-free image processing framework based on image fusion expertise, we’re able to make the most of the data captured by these cameras. We can dynamically fuse a series of photos taken at different exposure levels, or combine visible and invisible information to produce clearer, sharper more detailed images.
Spectral Edge HDR
HDR is a natural application for our image fusion expertise. Spectral Edge HDR can instantly and automatically fuse the elements needed from a series of photos taken at different exposure levels. This produces a final image that resembles what we would see naturally.
Best in class Automatic White Balance (AWB)
Different light sources and conditions can seriously impact overall image quality, introducing heightened colour casts, when in real life colours would look more neutral.
Using our unique imaging framework, together with our image fusion expertise we’re able to overcome this problem. Our software automatically finds the right balance between different light sources and seamlessly integrates them together to produce a final, artifact-free image that resembles what your eyes would naturally see.
Using our breakthrough image fusion technology, it’s possible to pull in rich data from the infrared spectrum to deliver better quality selfies with smoother, natural-looking skin. Our technology enables real-time processing with artefact-free outcomes, so smartphone makers can make full use of front and rear cameras for the first time.
Using our image processing framework powered by our image fusion platform, we’re able to take full advantage of data captured from the invisible spectrum to produce memorable and vibrant landscapes photos, even if they’ve been taken through mist or in poor/low light conditions.