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Prophesee has partnered with Qualcomm A new type of rapid image sensor has been developed. smartphone cameras.
The “event-based” Metavision technology can be used to enable smartphone cameras that can capture fast action in comparison to today’s image sensors. This announcement was made by the company with Qualcomm At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
It is our goal to make neuromorphic-enabled visual technology mobile friendly.
Mobile device developers will benefit from a quick and efficient technical collaboration with business partners.
To leverage the Paris-based Prophesee sensor’s ability to dramatically improve camera performance, particularly in fast-moving dynamic scenes (e.g. sensor’s ability to dramatically improve camera performance, particularly in fast-moving dynamic scenes (e.g. sport scenes), and in low lighting. event-based A continuous and asynchronous approach to pixel sensing.
Contrary to standard image sensors, they are not able to detect the event-based Sensors designed by Prophesee Only capture the changes that occur in a smartphone image. This allows them to bypass the need for processing by other types of sensors that process each pixel within an image. Prophesee It only records the events or changes that occur in an image that moves.
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Prophesee Qualcomm They have entered into a multiyear partnership to ensure native compatibility. Prophesee’s Event-Based Metavision Sensors & Software and premium Snapdragon mobile platforms.
This world is neither frame-based nor raster-based. The human eye is the inspiration for this design. Prophesee Event-Based cameras correct blurring and other quality issues caused by traditional sensors. They are especially useful in situations where there is high motion and low lighting. Prophesee said.
“Prophesee is a clear leader in applying neuromorphic techniques to address limitations of traditional
cameras and improve the overall user experience. We believe this is game-changing technology for
taking mobile photography to the next level and our collaboration on both the technical and business
levels will help drive adoption by leading OEMs,” Judd Heape is vice president for product management Qualcomm Technology, in a statement “Their pioneering achievements with event cameras’ shutter-free capability offer a significant enhancement to the quality of photography available in the next generation of mobile devices powered by Snapdragon, even in the most demanding environments, unlocking a range of new possibilities for Snapdragon customers.”
Prophesee’s neuromorphic Event-Based Metavision sensors and software will be available for premium Snapdragon mobile platforms. Expect to find development kits starting at Prophesee This is the year.
“We are excited to be working with the provider of one of the world’s most popular mobile platforms to
incorporate event-based vision into the Snapdragon ecosystem. Through this collaboration, product
developers will be able to dramatically enhance the user experience with cameras that deliver image
quality and operational excellence not available using just traditional frame-based methods,” Luca
Verre is the CEO of PropheseeIn a statement
What it does
Prophesee’s breakthrough sensors add a new sensing dimension to mobile photography. These sensors change everything.
The paradigm of traditional image capture is to focus only. on Changes in a scene, pixels by pixels
The companies stated that they work at high speeds and continuously.
Every pixel of the Metavision sensor contains a logic core that allows it act as a neuron. Each of them activate themselves intelligently or asynchronously, depending on their needs. on They count the photons they detect. An event is a pixel that activates itself. In essence, events are driven by the scene’s dynamics, not an arbitrary clock anymore, so the acquisition speed always matches the actual scene dynamics.
High-performance event-based Deblurring can be achieved by syncronizing frames-based and Prophesee’s
event-based sensor. It then fills in the spaces between the frames. with Microsecond events are used to extract motion information from the algorithm and fix motion blur.
A development kit featuring compatibility with Prophesee Sensor technologies are expected to become a reality.
This year’s available. Prophesee More than 100 engineers are employed by the company. There are 50 patents worldwide.
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