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image processing

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(Computer Science) the manipulation or modification of a digitized image, esp in order to enhance its quality
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画像処理
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National Semiconductor Corporation has introduced the first three members of a new line of real-time digital image processors that are said to improve video quality for imaging systems.
The NI-9065 is part of Nethra's family of image processors designed for compact video processing devices.
Nethra's first generation product, the NI-2060/61, is part of the NI-20xx family of image processors for compact consumer electronic devices where print quality image capturing is a requirement.
Coupled with advanced image enhancement algorithms in a low-power, low-latency architecture, Gennum's solutions comprise the most advanced single-chip image processors on the market today.
COLOGNE, Germany -- muvee, the pioneer and leader in Instant Personal Video, has collaborated with NuCORE Technology, a developer of leading edge digital image processors, to deliver the first proof-of-concept of its automatic multimedia slideshow creation technology embedded in a CE device.
By designing and manufacturing our own lenses, CMOS image sensors (found on the company's digital SLRs) and image processors, we can control both image quality and cost -- ultimately providing consumers with the best digital imaging options.
TAK Imaging, a leading provider of image processors and solutions for the consumer photo printer market, today announced the availability of a wireless Bluetooth image file transfer and printing solution for the company's flagship TAK S1 and TAK S1R printer controllers.
The Company's broad technology portfolio includes: Raster Image Processors that convert text and images into printable form; software for document conversion and manipulation; and, components for digital workflows and color management.
The most powerful image processors in its class, the highly integrated SIP-2290 and NDX-2240 (code named Puma and Hayabusa, respectively) deliver the highest image quality, richest feature set and best performance in the market today at a price well suited to the demanding consumer electronics industry.
264 digital video compression audio and video encoder/decoder solutions, and NuCORE Technology, a developer of leading edge digital image processors for video and still cameras, have co-developed a low-power H.

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