Sony Imx318 Cmos Image Sensor Announced

Sony IMX318 CMOS image sensor announcedSony has unveiled its latest CMOS Exmor RS image sensor designed for smartphones – the IMX318. Sony’s latest camera chip boasts to be the industry’s first to offer built-in 3-way electronic image stabilization technology and high-speed hybrid autofocus (as fast as 0.03 seconds) in one chip.

Sony New Laser Projectors Deliver Image Quality

Sony New Laser Projectors Deliver Image Quality in the “Sweet-spot” Brightness Range with Quietest Operation in its ClassSony is broadening its line of laser light source (Z-Phosphor™) projectors in the mid-brightness range with three new models between 4,100 and 6,000 lumens. The new models are the VPL-FWZ65 (6,000lm WXGA); VPL-FWZ60 (5,000lm WXGA); and the VPL-FHZ57 (4,100lm WUXGA).

Panasonic Announces High-dynamic-range Cmos Image Sensor

Panasonic Announces High-dynamic-range CMOS Image SensorPanasonic Corp developed an image sensor with a dynamic range of 123dB, which is 100 times higher than that of the company's previous product.
Panasonic announced the sensor at ISSCC 2016, which runs from Jan 31 to Feb 4, 2016, in San Francisco, the US. When the sensor is applied to vehicles, it can display backlit people and vehicles without over-exposure.

Koda Kumi Did Not Want Sexy Image At Debut

Koda Kumi Did Not Want Sexy Image at DebutDuring an interview with Oricon, Koda Kumi shared that she originally wanted to be a ballad singer, not someone who danced and exuded a sexy image.
Koda Kumi recently released a best-of album titled "WINTER of LOVE". The album is a collection of the singer's best ballads.

Ricoh Continues To Tease Pentax Full-frame Dslr With New Image

Ricoh continues to tease Pentax full-frame DSLR with new imageRicoh's string of teaser coverage for its upcoming full-frame Pentax DSLR continues today with a new image and a press release - but nothing in the way of concrete information.
Back in February, Ricoh announced plans to develop a Pentax full-frame DSLR (not the same one that was announced in 2001). Per the original announcement, Ricoh was aiming for an end-of-year release, but by September it had updated the launch date to Spring 2016.

Toshiba Image Recognition Processor In Denso Safety System

Toshiba Image Recognition Processor in Denso Safety SystemToshiba today announced that Denso is deploying Toshiba’s TMPV7506XBG image recognition processor in its latest front-camera-based active safety system. Vehicles equipped with DENSO’s camera system will reach the market in fall of 2015. The TMPV7506XBG image recognition processor IC supports multiple camera-based Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) functions, including lane detection, vehicle detection, pedestrian detection and traffic sign recognition. It concurrently executes multiple applications with low power consumption.