TRUESENSE Sparse Color Filter Pattern
The TRUESENSE Color Filter Pattern represents a new paradigm for obtaining full-color images from a single image sensor. By adding panchromatic (or “clear”) pixels to the standard red, green, and blue pixels traditionally used for color capture, image sensors can realize a significant increase in light sensitivity – between two and four times compared to standard designs – while retaining overall image quality and color fidelity. Image sensors using this design allow end users to capture better pictures and video under low-light conditions, as well as utilize faster shutter speeds to reduce motion blur when imaging moving objects.
To assist manufacturers in modifying their camera software to work with this new color filter pattern, Truesense Imaging has developed a set of tools that document the new image path used by sensors that utilize this technology. Providing both an overview as well as a practical implementation of the software algorithms used, these tools can be used not only to modify an existing image path to work with the new color filter pattern data, but also to compare the results of that implementation to a reference image path provided by Truesense Imaging. Please contact us for additional information on access to these implementation tools.
Select one of the products below for more information, or download a PDF Summary of all products using this technology.
|Name||Resolution||Total Resolution||Pixel Size µm||Diag. mm||Max Frame Rate (fps)|
|KAI-01150||1280 x 720||0.9 MP||5.5||8.1||138|
|KAI-02150||1920 x 1080||2.1 MP||5.5||12.1||64|
|KAI-02170||1920 x 1080||2.1 MP||7.4||16.3||60|
|KAI-04050||2336 x 1752||4.1 MP||5.5||16.1||32|
|KAI-04070||2048 x 2048||4.2 MP||7.4||21.4||28|
|KAI-08050||3296 x 2472||8.1 MP||5.5||22.7||16|
|KAI-16050||4896 x 3264||16.0 MP||5.5||32.4||8|
|KAI-16070||4864 x 3232||15.7 MP||7.4||43.2||8|
|KAI-29050||6576 x 4384||28.8 MP||5.5||43.5||4|