Oppo unveils innovative imaging technology
Oppo unveils innovative imaging technology
OPPO has organized the 2021 OPPO Future Imaging Technology Launch Event. Through the online event, Oppo unveiled various innovations related to smartphone imaging technology, including upgrades for sensors, modules and algorithms.
The company is focusing on self-development and development of the underlying imaging technology, with the aim of helping users capture the beauty of life in a comfortable way.
The company’s new innovations include Oppo’s next-generation RGWB sensor, 85-200mm continuous optical zoom, Five-Axis OIS technology and a series of AI algorithms owned by it.
Through the use of these new technologies, Opole has achieved great success in the field of smartphone imaging technology including light sensitivity, zoom capability, stabilization, future product form factor research.
Oppo’s new generation RGBW sensor is said to significantly increase light sensitivity through enhanced color performance. For this, the company has used additional white sub-pixels (W), unprecedented DTI technology and the self-developed Four in One Pixel algorithm by Oppo.
As a result of these innovations, the new sensors carry 60 percent more light than previous sensors. Also, it helps to take a bright picture by reducing noise up to 35 percent even in places with clear and low light.
Oppo’s new generation RGBW sensor
In addition to capturing high quality images in low light conditions, the new generation RGBW sensor helps make portraits in both images and videos more meaningful by improving skin, texture and texture.
The new sensors will be commercially available in OPPO products from the fourth quarter of 2021.
The new public module is a continuous optical zoom of 85-200mm. For the first time, G Plus P (Glass Plus Plastic) lens technology has been adopted.
It uses two very thin, high-precision aspheric glass lenses to enhance optical effects as well as significantly reduce unnecessary light.
Innovative use of the Tunnel Magnetic Resistance Sensor (TMR Sensor) helps the lens under the camera module to move more stable and accurately.
The new sophisticated guiding shaft motor provides additional flexibility in the dynamic tilt that can be operated under the lens system. This allows for continuous optical zoom at high magnification.
OPPO 85-200 Continuous Optical Zoom
These innovations help in continuous optical zooming of parallel focal lengths from 85mm to 200mm, capturing accurate images at every magnification level without having to crop close personal portraits or even distant landscapes.
Similarly, Oppo’s new Five Axis OIS gives system processors the ability to collect, analyze and use motion-related data through a gyroscope as needed. The data thus collected is made available to the lens and sensor.
In case of low movement, lens shift OIS, X and Y axis shifting provides stability in the image.
Similarly, sensor shift OIS is used for horizontal shifting (X), vertical shifting (Y) and rolling as well as algorithm compensation for stability in the Five Axis of Space in case of excessive movement or vibration.
It is capable of providing three times more stability than the traditional OIS technology available on mobile devices. Oppo’s proprietary algorithm technology for night time and motion shots provides a vast improvement in stability, clarity and color transmission with a 65 percent increase in vibration compensation performance. Oppo’s Five Axis OIS has been informed that it will be commercially available from 2022 in Cuba.
Oppo’s Five Access OIS technology
Oppo has also unveiled its next generation under-screen camera for future smartphones. The innovative pixel geometry used in it ensures a high quality display of 400 ppi in the field of under-screen cameras.
The use of transparent wiring and new design provides the user with high display quality and enjoyable visual experience. A new solution under its proprietary one-pixel circuit on the screen that drives only one pixel and combined with Oppo’s precision algorithm compensation technology limits the overall screen’s chromaticity and control over light to a deviation of only 2 percent. Also, it has the ability to extend the life of the screen by up to 50 percent.
In addition, Oppo’s US Research Institute has developed a new category of imaging AI algorithms. It includes solutions to problems such as HDR and AWB, as well as reducing the diffraction, blurring and blurring of the under-screen camera.
Oppo has trained its AI defraction reduction model with tens of thousands of images with the idea that consumers can capture clear, natural looking images and scenes.
Oppo is strengthening its global R&D capabilities to meet the changing demands of consumers around the world. Oppo currently has 6 research institutes, 5 R&D centers and ten imaging labs around the world.
In the future, OPPO will continue to focus on the implementation of self-developed imaging technology, strengthening its collaboration with industrial partners and providing a more robust imaging experience to the user.