A transparent sheet of material called a colour filter changes a light beam by selectively absorbing some hues while leaving others unaffected.
In contrast to other pico-projection technologies, which typically use three colour LEDs or more complex optical engines, a neutral filter absorbs all wavelengths equally and only serves to lower a beam of light’s intensity without altering its LCoS micro display.
This allows one white LED to operate the optical engine rather than the more complicated or complicated optical engines. In addition to enabling a straightforward optical engine design, this exclusive technology also results in cheaper costs, a smaller form factor, and simplified manufacturing.
The Global Colour Filter LCoS Display market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
1/3-Inch CameraChip Is Launched by OMNIVISION Sensing Device with RGB-IR Colour Filter for High-Tech Security Applications The OV9752 is a brand-new CameraChip sensor created for the newest security and home monitoring applications, according to OMNIVISION Technologies, Inc., a pioneer in the development of cutting-edge digital imaging systems.
The 1/3-inch OV9752 provides superb scene reproduction in all lighting circumstances by recording high definition (HD) photos and video in a resolution of 1280 x 960 pixels as well as infrared data. For security systems intended to record both during the day and at night, the OV9752 is the perfect camera option due to these advantages.
Instead of the conventional mechanical rotating filter, the OV9752 uses an RGB-IR dual band colour filter, which both streamlines the design and minimises the sensor footprint. This method also enables the sensor to record IR images and video of incredibly high quality, even at considerable distances.
Mechanical IR filters, which are present in traditional security cameras, are a main source of security camera failures. The OV9752 offers their clients a more dependable and highly effective camera solution by doing away with the necessity for such a mechanical filter.
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