Wed, 16 June 2010
A new imaging process adds depth cues to make any image seem to pop off the screen with incredible depth and realism.
Paul Darbee developed the first preprogrammed universal remote control in the 1980s. He founded DarbeeVision in 2002, and in 2006 was awarded a patent for the visual computing process known as Darbee Visual Presence. “Fidelity is not the end point for image realism,” Darbee says. “High performance computation is now being used with image processing in new and innovative ways to enhance the quality of our visual experience.”
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