The 'CameraCubeChip' is Set to Debut at CES 2016

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jan 5, 2016
References: ovt & prnewswire
'OmniVision' is set to debut a new application for the 'CameraCubeChip' at CES 2016. With the growing interest in VR technology, several companies have been working on applications to improve current VR systems. OmniVision's latest product can be used in conjunction with existing technology from 'SensoMotoric Instruments' in order to provide a superior viewing experience.

The CameraCubeChip is a global shutter camera that can be used in conjunction with SensoMotoric Instruments' existing VR and augmented reality eye-tracking platform. The technology allows SensoMotoric Instruments' eye-tracking platform to deliver low latency, as well as high frame rates. In turn, this facilitates an intuitive VR experience that is completely hands-free. In short, OmniVision's new technology allows the company to create a compact and robust eye-tracking platform that can be used in a number of different VR displays.

The latest application for OmniVision's global shutter solutions demonstrates the future of the VR sector and the demand for more robust consumer headsets.