Israeli software will let your smartphone see in low light

New technique called Light Invariant Video Imaging Ben-Gurion University’s technology transfer company BGN Technologies, announced that researchers Negev (BGU) have developed a new Light Invariant Video Imaging (LIVI) software technology that can significantly improve picture clarity of cameras in sub-optimal lighting, thus enhancing object recognition. The new software app can be added to any existing smart camera system for various ...

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