Solutions for mobile and tablet

Mobile - Smartphone communication conceptTypical phones today have front and rear multiple cameras, high-resolution 2560×1440 displays, and high-speed, always-on Internet connections. The use cases are virtually limitless: augmented reality gaming, face analysis and recognition, gesture interfaces, multi-party video conferencing, and ultra-high quality video capture and playback.

The videantis v-MP4000HDX architecture, computer vision and video coding libraries provide a flexible, programmable and scalable solution that enables these novel use cases on mobile phones and tablets.

For the mobile multimedia market, videantis provides the highest performing complete video solution enabling a compelling user experience at significantly reduced power consumption and lowered BOM for manufacturers. The scalability of the videantis platform enables one-stop scalability to high definition video resolutions for the home multimedia markets.

Key videantis technologies for mobile/tablet applications:

Computer vision

Machine vision technologies are enabling a new mobile user experience. Virtual reality and augmented reality applications use the camera to merge a graphics with the world around us. Face analysis and recognition can be used for unlocking the device. Eye tracking can be used for a responsive, 3D user interface. Gesture-based control of the device brings a more natural way of interacting. For an always-on, high-accuracy, fast-responding systems, a high-performance, low-power vision processing solution is an absolute requirement.

Video coding

We can support a wide variety of codecs. Since they’re implemented in software, on our flexible processor architecture, we can support a wide variety of standards, including old and new standards, and optimize them for specific use cases. Need video conferencing? We can detect faces, and spend more bits there than on the background. Need video capture with the deepest colors? We can support 12-bit compression.

Computational photography

Computational photography can extend the capabilities of digital cameras, and even introduce features that were not possible at all with standard optics and image sensor setups. The end result is higher-quality images. Together with our key partners, we bring unique new computational imaging algorithms to market.