New Filter Helps Cameraphones See In Dark
Jun 14, 2007, 12:40 AM by (staff)
Kodak has developed a new type of filter that would allow cameraphones and other digital cameras with small sensors to work better in low light. The new filter allows some of the pixels to see a wide range of colors instead of just red, green or blue. By letting in more colors, the filter lets in more light, which helps increase the clarity of low light pictures. Manufacturers will be able to to integrate this new filter technology into products next year, but will need to re-write their camera software to use it.
LG Innotek Shows Off the G4's 16-Megapixel Camera
LG Innotek today announced a new camera sensor bound for the LG G4 smartphone. The module, which LG teased earlier this week, has a 16-megapixel sensor with an aperture of f/1.8.
Night Light Makes for Easier Reading in Google Play Books
Google hopes to make reading on smartphones easier on the eyes. The company today added a feature called Night Light to the Google Play Books app.
Instagram Adds Filter to Comments
Instagram users can now filter out offensive words in comments. The company is rolling out a new tool that allows users to list words they find offensive.
E Ink Reveals Full-Color ePaper Display
E Ink today announced Advanced Color ePaper (ACeP), which is a full-color reflective display. E Ink says this is the first time an electrophoretic display can produce color in every pixel without the use of a color filter array.
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