Users’ Rejoice: Android Phones to Have Depth Sensing IR Cameras Soon
Fancy new cameras have become a thing for every Android smartphone. And, for android app development companies, it is indeed a selling point. Companies under Android domain are in a continuous race to bring innovative elements for the customers to let them rejoice with the new offerings. This time, it is “Qualcomm” that has taken such a move to delight the users.
Being a pioneer in technology and innovation domain, Qualcomm is working on a technology that could make it possible for Android phones to have Depth Sensing IR cameras. Quite an amazing features for the Android users! This In-Depth Sensing ability of cameras will make it easier to get the perfect kodak moment by capturing all the details precisely.
More About The Second-Generation Image Chip
Qualcomm is starting to release particulars about its upcoming flagship Snapdragon processor. And, as a part of the same, the company is adding exceptional features to the second-generation image signal processor, known as Spectra. This will be inbuilt into the upcoming chip. The chip will also work to stabilize the videos and noise reduction as well. The chip will also get the support of new camera modules with advanced sensing features.
With this image sensing technology, there will be a revolutionary change in the Android smartphone camera. With this second-generation image chip, the users will get three different modules that will comprise iris scanning, passive depth sensing, and active depth sensing as well. With all these specific details, users will get improved image accuracy.
Detailed Insight On The Technology
The passive depth sensor works in a fairly standard manner. It utilizes two different camera lenses placed slightly apart from one another. It let the phone compare these two images in order to put together the depth of both the objects, similarly as the human eye does to identify the distance of the objects.
The active depth sensing is the most amazing feature among all. It uses the infrared illuminator, which kindles thousands of IR dots that IR Sensor can further view. The distorted pattern of the dots helps the phone map the object depth more accurately. The camera is then used to add the natural hint of the color into the image to cast a perfect 3D image. The IR system can also work in the low light situation, which is an added perk for the users.
While such innovations have been done before on a smaller scale, Qualcomm is thus trying to make these technologies off-the-shelf option for everyone who is wishing to experience the gen next innovation. Qualcomm is expected to announce more details on this upcoming technology later this year only.
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