Nokia future of camera technology? has published some information relating to Nokia Growth Partners discussion on imaging technology. The publication talks about smartphone cameras that see at night, peek around objects and people, storing more information about images and flash technologies.

There is a new type of sensor by Pelican Imaging Technology developed with optical systems from Singapore based Heptagon that attempts to mimick the human eye more closely. The sensor appears to take in more information at once and looks much like an array of spier or fly eyes.

The technology is IP owned by Nokia and although most likely to stay with Nokia rather than go with the sale of it’s hardware division to Microsoft, hopefully we’ll see this in future Lumia phones.

Nokia gives some clues about its future camera innovations | WMPoweruser.


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