For those of you who have a camera phone one thing you can attest to is the fact the pictures most of these devices take leave much to be desired. I hear what you are saying, “but it has 4 megapixels?” well it can have all the megapixels it wants, the picture it takes will still amount to any old ordinary digital camera. All of this is about to change and if you have not yet heard about it keep an eye out for the InVisage QuantumFilm Chip. If fact write it down somewhere as your camera’s picture performance is promised to be so much better.
The QuantumFilm is a technology that makes use of semiconductor particles to attract an increased amount of light to the sensor than what you will find with a silicon sensor. In fact the developers claim that close to 95% of light will be captured and this compares well with those silicon chips that take in only 20% of light. What this translates to is that the picture quality will be far sharper and superior to what you get with an average camera phone. The dynamic range will also be improved.
So what you have here is a chip that will give you better than a camera quality picture. In fact what you may find is that your mobile phone may also end up replacing your digital camera.
Soon it is expected that all mobile phones will be using this chip set because users right now want to be able to take far better photos with their phone.
The challenge for the makers will be the overall cost of this chip set if they are able to do this then these chips could be available to the masses very soon.One last thing, I was talking with my mate last night and he reckons that in the economic slowdown lots of firms are turning towards corporate event london to hearten the staff. I don’t really know how I feel about this, I mean it’s a likable concept but it is never going to stimulate people as much as a nice big check is it?