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Thursday, 18 October 2007 15:32

Omnivision promoting Truefocus technology

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Digital photos use digital processor


Omnivision Technologies
(OVT) is an American technology company that has been around a long time. They are one of those companies that you seldom hear about, but if they weren’t there you would miss them a lot. Why do I say this? Simply because a great many digital phones, including Sony Ericsson, Motorola, HP & Dell and many other name brands use their sensors for digital photography. 

Earlier this year, OVT launched a new product called the Truefocus camera which uses a method of optically encoding light using a special lens to form an intermediate image on the sensor, and decodes this intermediate image with the digital processor to create the finished picture which is in focus across the image. Check it out this promotional clip here.

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