OmniVision introduces compact global shutter camera for mobile and wearable devices
OmniVision Technologies, Inc. has released the OVM6211 CameraCubeChip, a complete global shutter camera solution that is capable of capturing full resolution (400 x 400 pixels) video at 120 fps.
OmniVision Technologies, Inc. has released the OVM6211 CameraCubeChip, a complete global shutter camera solution that is capable of capturing full resolution (400 x 400 pixels) video at 120 fps. The OVM6211 is built on OmniVision’s 3 µm OmniPixel3-GS global shutter pixel and brings machine and computer vision capabilities such as gesture recognition, eye tracking, and motion detection to smartphones, notebooks, and wearable devices. In addition, the OVM6211 features programmable controls for frame rate, mirror and flip, cropping, and windowing, and supports 8 and 10bit RAW output. The black and white OVM6211 will be available in two packages. The OVM6211-RADA, which is intended for human interface systems such as eye tracking, will have a narrow field of view (FOV) at approximately 50°, and the OVM6211-RAHA, which intended for applications such as gesture recognition and wearable devices, will have a FOV wider than 90°.
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Headquarters: Santa Clara, CA, USA
Product: OVM6211 CameraCubeChip
Key Features: 3 µm global shutter pixel, automatic black level calibration, 400 x 400 CMOS sensor, programmable camera controls, 120 fps at full resolution.
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