In 2016-2017 dual aperture cameras were introduced in smartphones. Since then, the average number of cameras in smartphones is increasing, commonly reaching three and four cameras. Typically, smartphones entertain an ultra-wide camera, a standard wide camera and one or two tele cameras for zoom photography. It is the common practice in the camera application that one specific camera is selected according to the user selected zoom factor and the resulting still image is captured from this selected camera.
Corephotonics is working to develop hardware and software enhancements to enable autonomous capturing of multiple shots from one or multiple cameras which may be combined to a small but interesting collection or collage of still images, uncovering interesting content within the scene, which may be beyond the attention of the photographer.