Image sensor for LED flicker mitigation with split-pixel design
OmniVision Technologies has announced the OX01D10 - its next generation 1MP image sensor for automotive viewing applications. This sensor brings together split-pixel and Dual Conversion Gain (DCG) technology, delivering artifact-free motion capture, High Dynamic Range (HDR) of up to 120dB, as well as LED Flicker Mitigation (LFM).
RGB-IR solution for automotive cabin monitoring systems
Developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, OmniVision Technologies, and GEO Semiconductor, specialist in video processors for automotive viewing cameras, have announced a joint solution for capturing and processing high-quality colour (RGB) and infrared (IR) automotive interior images, day and night, with one camera.
Sensor designed for driver state monitoring and viewing applications
OmniVision has announced the OV2312 automotive image sensor, which enables multiple functions in one camera. This multi-functional approach reduces total system cost, space and power budget for Driver State Monitoring (DSM) and viewing applications like video conferencing.
Automotive image sensor for cabin monitoring segment
Developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, OmniVision Technologies, has announced the OV2778 automotive image sensor, which claims to provide the best value of any 2MP RGB-IR sensor for cabin- and occupant-monitoring. With its complement of features, this sensor is well suited for interior applications such as detecting packages and unattended children.
Next-generation of 8MP image sensors for smartphone cameras
OmniVision has announced the OV08B - the latest generation of its 1.12 micron, 8 megapixel (MP) image sensor family, designed for the broad smartphone camera markets. This new image sensor supports mainstream selfie imaging, as well as multicamera configurations.
Image sensor offers high performance for smartphones
OmniVision has announced the OV32A, its first 0.8 micron pixel image sensor with 32 megapixel (MP) resolution, built on OmniVision’s PureCel Plus stacked die technology. This new sensor offers performance for high end smartphones.
Cost-effective 16MP upgrade for smartphone cameras with thin bezels
Developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, OmniVision, has announced the OV16A, an affordable 16 megapixel image sensor that enables smartphone cameras to capture higher quality photos. This versatile image sensor, built on OmniVision’s PureCel Plus 1.0 micron advanced pixel architecture, enables better autofocus for mainstream smartphones.
Thirteen megapixel image sensor for smartphone cameras
Developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, OmniVision, has announced the OV13B image sensor, the latest addition to the company’s 13-Megapixel (MP) sensor family in a 0.3" optical format and featuring OmniVision’s 1.12-micron PureCel Plus pixel technology. This sensor is specifically designed for the enormous mainstream and entry-level smartphone markets, providing a compelling solution for rear or front-facing cameras.
Image sensor enables high quality video for smartphones
OmniVision Technologies has announced the OV02K, a new video-centric, 2.9 micron 1080p image sensor designed for smartphones. Built on OmniVision’s PureCel Plus pixel technology, the OV02K allows the secondary camera in multi-camera configurations to capture high quality videos, even in very low ambient light conditions.
Driver monitoring brought to vehicles with shutter image sensor
OmniVision Technologies has announced the OV9284, a 1-megapixel global shutter image sensor. This latest addition to OmniVision’s automotive portfolio is suitable for in-cabin camera modules in passenger vehicles, where Driver State Monitoring (DSM) and passenger-monitoring cameras need to be extremely small and unobtrusive, while complying with stringent safety regulations.
Single-chip 1080p LCOS microdisplay with integrated driver
Developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, OmniVision Technologies, has announced the OP02220, a 1080p liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS) microdisplay with integrated driver functions and memory. This compact, low-power and cost-effective microdisplay is suited for augmented reality (AR) applications such as glasses and head-mounted displays that need durability, compactness and lightweight.
Image sensor brings high resolution to mainstream smartphones
Developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, OmniVision Technologies, has announced the OV16E10, the latest generation of its high-performance 16 megapixel (MP) image sensor family. The sensor is built on OmniVision’s latest 1.12-micron PureCel Plus stacked die technology with sensitivity and QE performance.
Image sensor combines ultra low light and near-infrared technologies
Advanced digital imaging solutions developer, OmniVision Technologies, has announced the OS02C10, a 2.9μm, two megapixel image sensor with ultra-low-light (ULL) technology. Combining ULL with OmniVision's Nyxel near-infrared (NIR) technology, the OS02C10 works equally well in all lighting conditions.
Shutter image sensors designed for machine vision applications
OmniVision has announced two new high resolution additions to its family of global shutter image sensors - the OG02B1B/OG02B10 and the OV9285. These new sensors are designed to be cost effective solutions for a wide range of consumer and industrial machine vision applications.
Automotive camera module reference design fits on single PCB
OmniVision Technologies has announced its high definition automotive camera module reference design, developed with collaboration from Leopard Imaging and featuring technology from Texas Instruments. The compact design includes OmniVision’s OX01B40 image sensor plus Image Signal Processor (ISP) System-in-Package (SiP), as well as TI’s DS90UB933-Q1 or DS90UB935-Q1 serialiser chip and TPS65000-Q1 Power Mana...
Medical image signal processor with a shorter time to market
OmniVision has announced the OVMed, a new mixed-signal Image Signal Processor (ISP) designed for medical, veterinarian and industrial endoscopy applications. The OVMed ISP offers image processing features and high image quality. It also integrates easily with commercial hardware and software, and meets stringent medical certification standards, thus decreasing development cost and time to market, allowing designers to focus on developing differen...
Boldly zoom where no mobile camera has zoomed before
In order to produce a new dual-camera zoom reference design for mobile devices, OmniVision Technologies have announced its collaboration with dual-camera technology company Corephotonics. Combining OmniVision’s OV12A10 and OV13880 image sensors with Corephotonics’ proprietary zoom and Bokeh algorithms, the reference design brings optical zoom capabilities commonly found in DSCs and DSLRs to smartphone camera applications.
Bringing biometric capabilities to notebooks and mobiles
The new OV2744, a 1.4-micron PureCel image sensor from OmniVision Technologies, features the company’s second generation RGB-Ir technology. The OV2744 enables advanced biometric capabilities such as facial recognition for front facing cameras in notebooks, tablets and smartphones.
Keeping an eye on the future of VR and AR
SMI has formed an alliance with OmniVision that will see SMI’s virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) eye tracking platform integrated with OmniVision’s global shutter CameraCubeChip.
Image sensor enables 16MP recording at 45fps
Delivering improved low-light performance and faster readout architecture with a larger 1.3μm pixel compared to previous-gen devices, a 16MP PureCel Plus-S image sensor has been introduced by OmniVision Technologies. The OV16860 enables full resolution recording at 45fps and supports advanced features such as HDR, Phase Detection AutoFocus (PDAF) and slow motion video recording, making it suitable for high-end smartphones and action cameras.