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Digital cameras and many other imaging equipment used in industrial, media, medical, and consumer applications employ image sensors primarily.
The market for image sensors is booming as a result of the rising demand for cameras, camcorders, multimedia mobile phones, and security cameras.
The market for image sensors is very competitive, with manufacturers competing to outperform one another in terms of pixel size, pixel count, resolution, and performance.
The older complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors and the more recent charge-coupled device (CCD) image sensors are in increasing competition with one another.
CMOS image sensors are improving gradually and moving toward higher-level performance with better integration capabilities and cost advantages.
The Global Image Sensor for Consumer Cameras market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A new line of high-resolution Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensors from STMicroelectronics will enable smartphones and other devices to take use of cutting-edge 3D depth imaging.
The VD55H1 is the first member of the 3D family, a sensor that maps three-dimensional surfaces by determining the separation between more than 500,000 points. Up to five metres away from the sensor, objects can be identified; with patterned illumination, this range can be increased.
The growing AR/VR industry use cases covered by VD55H1 include 3D avatars, gaming, and room mapping. The sensor in smartphones improves the functionality of photography functions including the bokeh effect, multi-camera option, and video segmentation.
With higher resolution and more precise 3D photos, face-authentication security is also enhanced to safeguard mobile payment, phone unlocking, and any other smart system involving secure transactions and access control.
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