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  • steelingmoney steelingmoney Feb 19, 2013 9:11 AM Flag

    Nvidia's Chimera

    I've said this can always be developed by someone other than Apical. Is QUIK here? I think not. Go with what you think but the odds are no.

    "We developed the Chimera Computational Photography Architecture to take mobile photography far beyond where it is today," said Brian Cabral, Vice President of Computation Imaging at NVIDIA. "We're enabling developers and users to not only use image processing to enhance their photos, but also use computer algorithms to create images no lens can capture alone."

    Previous mobile device architectures have made it difficult to use the best tools for different parts of complex image processing. Chimera architecture removes those boundaries by providing the power to conduct nearly 100 billion mathematical operations per second to perform image processing, using computational techniques used in X-ray CT scanners, deep space telescopes and spy satellites.

    First revealed at CES 2013, the architecture redefines mobile imaging with always-on HDR photos and videos. This allows camera users to instantly capture high-quality, HDR images similar to how the human eye sees the world -- in a vast array of locations and scenes, and under diverse lighting conditions.

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