Qualcomm’s new depth-sensing tech to bring richer AR experience in future Android smartphones

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Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) have been around for quite a few years now. The consumer adoption of the two technologies has perhaps begun very recently. With companies such as Apple, Facebook, and Google embracing AR and VR, more are expected to get started with these new technologies.

The major push, however, is likely to come when more affordable phones, Android smartphones to be precise, get the native support for AR and VR. Qualcomm, one of the biggest mobile chipset companies in the world, is now working exactly towards this.

Qualcomm has announced the second generation Qualcomm Spectra ISP (image signal processor), which is a part of its new Spectra Module Program. The new ISP brings chipset-level high-resolution depth sensing.

The new Spectra ISP


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