Samples of InVisage's first QuantumFilm sensor are slated to become available to phone manufacturers by the end of this year.
With tech called quantum dots, InVisage promises to surpass the limits of today's image sensors and vastly improve digital photos and videos. The first devices with its technology should arrive in early 2016.
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Green-laser scanning gets affordable with this Kickstarter project, which will retail for $330.
Technology in the super high resolution design could trickle down to consumer products in coming years -- but Canon fans should think twice before boasting about the achievement.
Sony's new cameras can shoot 960 frames per second for two seconds and can reach 1/32,000 second shutter speed -- for under $1,300.
The company will sell additional shares and hold a bond offering to raise the required funds that it says will be used to help it transform "into a highly profitable enterprise."
The fixed-lens RX10 II and RX100 IV use a unique 1-inch stacked image sensor for 40x superslow-motion capture, 4K video shooting; A7R II mirrorless interchangeable lens camera has world's first back-illuminated 35mm full-frame sensor.
The company adds this consumer-grade staple to its handful of lenses optimized for its latest Rebels and dSLRs with Dual-Pixel CMOS sensors.
Decades of progress creating conventional computer chips will stall in the coming years, forcing some far-out ideas on semiconductor makers. Carbon nanotubes or quantum computing, anyone?