Three pictures of the same scene, taken at various shutter speeds, are typically needed to create HDR images. Based on the amount of light that entered the lens, three different image types—bright, medium, and dark—are produced.
After that, the image sensor stitches together the full image by combining all the photographs. These new sensors enable greater levels of auto safety and offer a more aesthetically pleasing viewing experience in applications like surround vision, augmented reality, and digital video recording.
The Global Automotive HDR Image Sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
OMNIVISION launched the first image sensor in the world with 140 dB HDR for automotive viewing cameras. Additionally, this is the first viewing image sensor with HDR and LFM to deliver 1920 x 1280p resolution at the maximum frame rate of 60 frames per second (fps), allowing for greater design flexibility and quicker camera-view switching for drivers.
Along with having the smallest package size in the industry, the OX03C10 has the lowest power consumption of any LFM image sensor with 2.5MP resolution—25% less than the closest competitor. This enables the installation of cameras that continuously run at 60 fps in even the smallest spaces for demanding styling requirements.
This sensor also includes fundamental image processing capabilities, such as lens correction and pixel defect correction. In addition, the inclusion of the HALE (HDR and LFM engine) combination algorithm from OMNIVISION, a market pioneer, offers the best simultaneous HDR and LFM performance. The OX03C10 offers the greatest image quality for automobile viewing applications, including e-mirrors, surround view systems, camera monitoring systems, and rearview cameras (RVC), thanks to its industry-leading features.
Many market participants in the automotive camera market for viewing are requesting higher performance, including higher resolution, 140 dB HDR, and top LFM performance. Furthermore, the best performance across the entire automotive temperature range is delivered by the split-pixel LFM technology with four captures. With the best HDR and LFM available in the market and a huge 3.0 micron pixel, vehicle viewing system designers can produce images with the highest quality under all lighting circumstances and even when there are flashing LEDs present from headlights, road signs, and traffic signals.
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