Corephotonics’ depth algorithm is based on stereoscopic vision, similar to that of the human eye. We use our dual cameras to produce a dense, detailed and accurate depth map of the scene.
In stereo vision, objects close to the camera are located in different regions of each image. As the object moves further away from the cameras, the disparity reduces until, at infinity, the object will seem to be at the same place in both images. A stereoscopic depth map is based on such camera disparities.
The Corephotonics depth map algorithm is uniquely designed to deal with various challenges, while requiring minimal load from the application processor. Such challenges include: