We develop innovative digital imaging technologies, applied for a wide range of optical systems from high-end DSLR cameras to mobile phones. Our customers are as big as top smartphone OEMs and as numerous as millions of users of our photo applications.
We are a team of world-class professionals who are devoted to driving digital imaging to a new level and provide users with exceptional imaging features.
Already a zoom winner, Huawei P40 Pro could achieve much better zoom quality using the leading Super Resolution technology from Almalence
Our first testing of Google super resolution zoom recently announced in Pixel 3 shows that it indeed can restore some image details, but is still behind the best in class (Almalence) solutions.
Digital Lens solves the problem of smear and aberrations inherent to thin and lightweight VR HMD optics.
First objective quality measurements with HTC Vive show up to 2.7x effective resolution increase and removal of chromatic aberrations even at the edges of field of view.
«Almalence is taking an innovative approach to actively disrupting the industry, using algorithms to improve photo quality at unprecedented speeds, setting the standard for how digital imagery is imagined for the future.»
A groundbreaking technology, improving mobile camera quality beyond physical limitations.
Increases the resolution, improves low light sensitivity, expands dynamic range, vitrually replacing the sensor with a bigger one.
Almalence is a global leader in mobile imaging and a vendor to top mobile device makers.
Our solutions are aimed on delivery of exceptional imaging quality and features on mobile phones. While further physical improvement of sensors and lenses is almost impossible, sophisticated processing algorithms allow unbelievable quality improvements, such as two times effective resolution increase.
Almalence computational lens correction technology boosts VR/AR HMD picture quality and visual fidelity.
Our most advanced computational photography algorithms are implemented in smarphone applications and in desktop software for professional and amateur photographers.
We provide all of our solutions in a form of SDKs licensable to third parties. Our SDKs are licensed by such famous imaging software developers as HDRSoft and Imagic AG.
The open-source project A Better Camera is aimed to become a top-ranked all-purpose camera application for Android, allowing any developer to add their plugins and get instant exposure to millions of users.
Super resolution is a method for enhancing the resolution of an image or of an optical system.
This can be done by either acquiring more graphic information (e.g. taking and merging several images of the same object) or by reconstructing details lost due to the faults of the optical system (applying knowledge of the optical system's properties).
Our technology uses both ways to achieve maximum image quality.
Almalence's super resolution technology supports automatic algorithm tuning to particular cameras and optics. That makes it possible to achieve maximal image improvement for every imaging system.
Unlike many other existing super resolution methods, our method is non-iterative. With this method, it is possible to process even 20-40 megapixel images with an ordinary desktop computer within minutes. Other methods might require enormous amounts of memory and hours of time for calculations. Moreover, our method provides the best output quality compared to other methods.
The super resolution module of PhotoAcute SDK, which is available for licensing, contains super resolution processing functions and a number of camera/lens profiles for super resolution processing. We also deliver the tool for creation of profiles.
This video demonstrates PhotoAcute in action
The input set of RAW images is processed to get final image with higher resolution
Resolution improvement is best seen in the areas with regular patterns and grids, as well as small prints.
In this video you can see an amazing resolution boost. A comparable resolution increase could be achived with switching to a twice higher resolution camera with much quality lens, which in the given case would have more than ten times higher price.
Look at the photo and guess is it Canon or Nikon?
The answer is: the photos were taken with Motorola Droid X using HDR Camera+.
Ok, a mobile cannot beat a DSLR now, but a compact camera is probably unneeded once you have a modern camera phone with advanced imaging features like those developed by Almalence.
The photos are from tosthed's photostream on flickr. Check that photostream for probably the best mobile photos you've ever seen.