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NIR Camera SensorInvisage Technologies Inc. has announced the Spark4K NIR camera sensor for Internet of Things devices.

The 1.1-μm pixel, 13-MP sensor in a 1/3-in module features 4K video at 30 fps, ideal for augmented reality, autonomous and authentication systems that require high resolution, high dynamic range NIR imaging with global shutter capability.

The sensor features 35 percent quantum efficiency, enabling accurate detection of a brighter, shorter LED pulse that instantaneously outshines ambient IR light to help devices navigate and learn about their environments more accurately in pitch darkness or direct sunlight. Applications include depth sensing, 3D mapping, compositional analysis, authentication and gesture tracking.

Spark4K's ability to detect variations to IR light patterns with greater sharpness allows autonomous and augmented reality devices to perform with enhanced accuracy.

Photonics Spectra
Aug 2016

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