Auto white-balancing (AWB) RGB and XYZ color sensors from ams can be used to improve a camera’s image processing and AWB algorithm to produce a picture with excellent white balance – a result which today’s camera functions often fail to achieve. These sensors support the camera image sensor algorithm by providing critical information to the AWB algorithm about the color of the ambient light sources, enabling it to dramatically improve the white balance of the image.
Light-source detection ams RGB and high-accuracy XYZ color sensors offer dedicated infrared photodiode detection channels which enable display management and automatic white-balancing (AWB) applications to optimize their performance. They do so by detecting the sources of light in the immediate environment.
Auto-focus and background blur assist 1D Time-of-Flight sensors enable accurate and fast measurement of the distance to an object, which means that a camera can take in-focus pictures even of moving objects.
Spectral ALS Sensors from ams enable unprecedented light-source detection and AWB improvement, by utilizing spectrometer-like light source detection capabilities and included flicker detection. Even in situations with extreme color contrast or under non-ideal/mixed light source conditions.