Smartphones, VR displays, medical, machine vision, laptops. Wherever the picture quality is fundamentally limited by imager, optics, or display constraints, Almalence technology achieves the quality beyond the limits, improving existing and enabling new usage scenarios.
High-quality mobile camera zoom is one of the most challenging features to achieve due to hardware limitations, such as camera module size and barely possible optical zoom implementation. Almalence has successfully applied its SuperResolution technology to achieve best-in-the-class software enhancement of smartphone zoom quality. Devices powered by Almalence SuperResolution Zoom have been constantly getting the […]
Having to achieve high resolution, wide field of view, and large eye-box, the VR/AR head-mounted display makers face the challenges impossible to overcome by hardware design alone. Even the latest and greatest head-mounted displays retain the common flaws spoiling user experience: blur and color fringing outside of the small “sweet spot,” picture quality degradation and […]
The image quality of endoscopy cameras is fundamentally limited by the constrained camera size and the lighting is limited by the heat emission at the distal tip. This leads to the tradeoff between very low resolution with acceptably low noise and higher (but still low) resolution with a stronger noise level. Almalence Super-Resolution is a […]
Almalence Super-Resolution improves image data, allowing the recognition algorithms to work robustly and confidently in harsh conditions. Machine vision strongly depends on the quality of input image data. Insufficient resolution due to long distance to the object, or high noise due to dim lighting drastically decrease the robustness of recognition, with the neural networks producing […]
When it comes to VR/AR HMD objective testing, you need an “eye” which is much more than simply a digital camera. Besides having the entrance pupil, focal length, and aperture similar to those of a human eye to see as a human eye, the imitation must be properly perceived by the eye-tracking modules. Meet the […]