Image Signal Processor
Xiaomi and Light, a computational imaging firm, have announced at Mobile World Congress that the two companies will be working together to develop new multi-module cameras for smartphones. The two companies promised that the jointly-developed cameras will feature DSLR-level capabilities, but did not disclose when the first product from the joint project is expected to come to fruition. Light specializes on computational imaging solutions using multiple camera arrays. The company has gone so far as to develop their own chip that can work with 6, 12, or 18-camera arrays. And while Xiaomi and Light aren't specifying just how big of a camera array they're looking to develop, we're likely looking at something in the lower-bounds of those number, if only due to the limited size...
ARM Announces Mali-C71: Their First Automotive-Grade Image Signal Processor
ARM’s success in the CPU IP field has and remains the cornerstone of the company, but it has not been a company that sits idle. Over the years &ndash...12 by Ryan Smith on 4/25/2017