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Digital Imaging Core Now Available for Integration from DarbeeVision

DN Staff

June 9, 2010

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Digital Imaging Core Now Available for Integration from DarbeeVision

SOFTWARE/HARDWARE: DarbeeVision Inc. announced the availability of its patented Visual Presence IP core, the DV3000. The DV3000 uses innovative technology which inserts depth cues to create images that seem to pop off the screen—enabling a visual experience where the viewer is immersed into a two-dimensional world with incredible depth and lifelike images.

Launching in conjunction with Computex, the largest computer exhibition in Asia and the second largest in the world, DarbeeVision will be on hand to give demonstrations of its new IP core, and will also be previewing its upcoming products.

The DV3000 improves images by using digital logic to process an image in the same way a human brain does and then adding these results back into the original image, making them better than what the most perfect camera and display systems can produce.

A logic block that can be synthesized into all leading founding digital libraries, the new Darbee IP core allows consumer electronic product manufacturers to differentiate their products without adding significant cost, as it easily integrates anywhere in the pixel path —with low gate overhead. Resolution independent and fast, Darbee Visual Presence is unaffected by compression and uprezzing. Additionally, DarbeeVision enhances stereoscopic 3D, adding additional realism to the viewing experience.

With market applications spanning legacy, emerging and long term markets, including television sets, video game consoles, mobile devices, digital picture frames, and aftermarket TV accessory boxes, DarbeeVision is poised to be a key player in taking the visual experience to the next level.

Darbee processing happens in real-time, with performance surpassing HD 1080p/60, and integrates easily into the video processing pipeline. It does not require a full frame buffer, runs at pixel-clock rates and utilizes all-integer arithmetic. The processing is local, modifying the image luminance on a per-pixel basis with no effect on grain, noise or pre-existing sharpening. Going beyond the limitations of optics and electronics and taking into account what the human visual system does when images are viewed achieves an extraordinary sense of realism and depth.

The DV3000 IP core is now available for licensing, and is the first product on the roadmap of Darbee offerings, along with FPGA and GPU software for evaluation and initial production. DarbeeVision’s technology will next be deployed as a graphics processing unit (GPU) workstation and as an accessory box based on a field-programmable gate array (FPGA).


-Edited by Kelsey Anderson

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