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MEMS DigitalOptics Lytro transfer experience for smartphones
MEMS DigitalOptics Lytro transfer experience for smartphones March 5, 2013
In exhibitions such as CES and MWC can see in which direction the market of consumer electronics. Today at the CeBIT in Hanover, the company showed DigitalOptics microelectromechanical systems ( MEMS ) lens drive. Development of the California manufacturer widely used in cameras modern smartphones.
The new system will be available this year. MEMS effective and faster than traditional counterparts. AF speed is 10 ms instead of the usual 20-25 ms.
In the video below you can see a demonstration module captures six consecutive images with different focal lengths, keeping them in one file. Change the focus on any of the sites can be after the shooting. To do this, click the mouse where you want to focus the image. Reminds technology Lytro ? Advantage of MEMS DigitalOptics is a high speed, 8 megapixel image sensor and a miniature size of the module, which is ideal for use in a smartphone.
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Tags: CeBIT , DigitalOptics , MEMS, Video
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