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Sharp Announces 3D Camera For Mobile Phones
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Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 12 May 2010 18:01

From Information Week

The HD system uses two small lenses that can simultaneously capture separate images to create synchronized, 720p video images.

Sharp Corp. said Wednesday it is planning to begin production on the world’s first three-dimensional camera system for mobile phones and other portable devices by the end of the year. The consumer electronics leader said in a statement that the module will be capable of capturing high-definition (720p) video images.

 



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The system uses two small lenses that can simultaneously capture separate images for the left and right eyes to create synchronized, 3D pictures, said Miyuki Nakayama, a Sharp spokeswoman. The company said it has used high-density mounting technology to keep the size down. Other functions to process the image data output by the left and right cameras include color synchronizing processing to adjust color and brightness; timing synchronizing processing to synchronize the timing of the video signals; and optical axis control processing to correct positioning.

In addition, Fast Readout Technology rapidly transfers video data from the image sensor, enabling 3D images to be captured in high-resolution HD mode. The company said it expects to see the module used in digital cameras and smartphones.

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