The Picture Gets Clearer

Smith, Brad
September 2007
Wireless Week;9/15/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 14, p20
Trade Publication
This article discusses the efforts of semiconductor and image sensor companies to improve the photos on cameraphones. Micron announced a receiver interface for one of its mobile imaging processors designed to improve video calls over 3G networks. Texas Instruments Inc. has processors using its OMAP platform to enable high-definition video and life-like 3D graphics. OmniVision has a number of other technologies to improve cameraphone imaging, including its TrueFocus camera.


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