Creating new, top-notch technologies, doing the impossible, enabling new technology frontiers, being the first and staying the best is what makes our hearts sing at Almalence.
We have a track record of introducing totally innovative solutions to the market and then staying on the top of the game once such solutions become ubiquitous.
Forbes: This Imaging Software Startup Is Defining The Future Of Digital Cameras
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.
Almalence joins Khronos Group as an Associate member to contribute to the OpenXR standard and enable a seamless and effective architecture for eye-tracking-dependent image processing plugins in mixed reality devices. Almalence aims to make its Digital Lens technology, improving the apparent resolution in VR/AR head-mounted displays, available to the end-users in a form of an […]
Here at Almalence, we are passionate about pushing the boundaries of imaging technologies and it is a great honor to be recognized for that work in this recent Forbes article. We are excited about what new boundaries we will push in 2017! Full article: This Imaging Software Startup Is Defining The Future Of Digital Cameras […]
Funds will be used to develop next-generation imaging technologies AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Almalence Inc., one of the world’s leaders in computational imaging, announces today that it has received an investment from Intel Capital, Intel’s global investment organization. The funds will be used by Almalence to develop the next generation of mobile […]
Almalence, Inc. today announced it has joined the Embedded Vision Alliance, an industry group that brings together providers of the technology used to create practical applications of computer vision. Almalence is joining the alliance to propose its computational photography technologies aimed at imaging quality improvement beyond the physical limits of optical systems. Whether it is a […]