IRVINE, CA - 10-09-2017 (Press Release Jet) --
Competitors in adaptive digital processing seek the same goal: to mimic the human eye's ability to adapt and enhance the visual environment in real time.
Razzor Technologies believes it's IP bests competitor's features: more natural contrast, brightness, adaptive sharpening, and real-time processing adaptation, enabling higher dynamic range with more details. Razzor's "Adaptive Contrast" image processing algorithm produces output with contrast auto-adjusted for beautiful display. With Razzor's now patented next-generation algorithm, never-before-seen processing techniques can be applied in graphic rendering and image display with real time processing.
Razzor's combined algorithms - Adaptive Contrast, Dynamic Brightness, and Adaptive Sharpening Processing - lead to a list of consumer and OEM benefits.
Applications for Razzor's patent in hardware and software are wide-ranging and immediate:
Razzor holds IP in both hardware and software, opening an array of revenue opportunities in licensing and production. Razzor’s Algorithms have very small footprint for embedded applications and can be ported onto a variety of embedded processors and systems. Razzor’s hardware IP requires minimal gate count and can be easily integrated into a processor IC, display controller, or embedded CPU.
Razzor’s Granted Patent is: “Pub Number: WO/2015/085130, ADAPTIVE CONTRAST IN IMAGE PROCESSING AND DISPLAY”
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