Wednesday, September 13, 2017

New iPhone cameras are smarter than ever

It's hard to believe that a smartphone camera born of two tiny megapixels and a fixed focus lens 10 years ago now includes 3D facial recognition, augmented reality and a studio lighting emulator .
The camera system on iPhone presented yesterday has more than incremental improvements to take photos and record video. In fact, the new camera hardware transcends photography and plays a deeper role in personal communication, entertainment, and data security .
The iPhone X was saved for the biggest part of Tuesday's big break at Steve Jobs's new theater in Cupertino, California. Apple ended in culmen, by showing a device that finally fulfills the promise of the futuristic fantasy of Hollywood .
Those features will largely come from the built-in cameras and the new Apple chip. The front camera used mainly for selfies and FaceTime is now a complex "True Depth" camera system, with two cameras, an infrared sensor with light and proximity sensors and a spot projector.
The True Depth camera system will recognize your face anywhere, anytime. This, along with a neural motor, maps the face of a user and must see that face before the phone is activated. It fits hair changes, hats, day or night and even as the face ages .
The Apple team even had realistic masks made by themselves by a Hollywood mask maker to make sure that Face ID will only work with the actual face of the user. Apple's Phil Schiller said the likelihood that another side could open the phone is 1 in 1 million compared to 1 in 50,000 in the Touch ID .
Face and software cameras also allow the user to do a selfie with portrait mode and the new studio light setting, which reads the contours of a face in real time and incorporates different lighting effects.
Face mapping even works with Snapchat mask features and allows users to record an animated emoji to make use of it in instant messaging. The augmented reality features that integrate the camera will be a sure value in every new generation of iPhone.
Two examples provided by Apple show how players can take their battles and struggles to their own surroundings and also superimpose a map of the constellations as the camera points skyward.
The 12-megapixel dual-lens iPhone X on the back has a vertical setting with AF / 1.8 Lens and AF / 2.4 L for telephoto lenses to allow more light to enter. This sensor records greater pixel depth for texture and color saturation for better images and videos, and reduces noise that affects most smartphone images made in low light conditions.
Other specifications include a sharper, sharper focus and optical image stabilization. If the price tag is quite hard, the cameras of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus that were also introduced yesterday are far from being a bad place .
Both have a new sensor that improves focus, shooting in low light and richer colors. The iPhone 8 Plus also has the new lighting effects, as well as the Front-facing Portrait mode. One of the lighting effects is called Stage, which illuminates the face and causes the background to darken .
The iPhone's camera is considered the most popular in the world and revolutionized photography . Its simplicity and an ecosystem of applications that allows instant sharing has made our smartphones capable of flooding our entire life with snapshots.
How will the iPhone in 10 years? Will it be obsolete by then? After all, Apple released its revelation on Tuesday with the Apple Watch Series 3 watch, which finally has LTE and can work without being tied to an iPhone. A high-quality camera system at the wrist may not be too far away .
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