Apple gets patent for the use of double camera phones in the iPhone

Jan

8

2016

I got company Apple on a new patent for the dual camera system can be used in devices iPhone, in addition to the iPad and MacBook laptop computers.

And publication of the Office of Patents US USPTO patent that describe the system works in detail the mechanism, which will be equipped with devices two cameras to improve the quality zoom images scanned Optical Zoom to increase accuracy and to avoid the loss of clarity, where will the first lens to capture the scene in full, while the focus second on the specific areas and can therefore be as enlarged without loss of image resolution.

In addition to improving the resolution of the images during enlarge, it can also use the new system to capture three-dimensional images for each camera will have its own focus, and with the help of some algorithms can get pictures of the three dimensions.

And can take advantage of the new system during the shooting video, the first Valadsh is recording the scene completely, while using the second lens to capture still images, or can be imaged two scenes together at the same time taking advantage of the existence of two points of focus during filming, and finally can record one lens section Natural his speed, and the second largest timelapse your subject quickly slow motion or slower depending on user preference.
Photos of the patent
Photos of the patent
Photos of the patent
Photos of the patent

Apple acquired the company in 2015 on the LinX Imaging company for US $ 200 million, a company specializing in the development of a multi-camera imaging systems for portable devices.

The rumors in the month of June of last year confirmed that Apple tested dual-camera system to improve the capture images via Smart organs, specifically the iPhone phones, according to the disclosed allegedly informed of the company’s efforts in this area source statements.

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