If the five cameras on LG’s V40 ThinQ appeared to be a considerable measure to you, what about 16? The Korean organization might take a shot at a cell phone camera with that numerous lenses, as per an as of late documented patent seen by LetsGoDigital. Arranged in a 4×4 grid, it’s intended to catch a scene from different points of view in a solitary shot. That will enable you to shoot 3D motion pictures and control shots by, say, moving somebody’s head around or replacing it totally.
In one model, LG indicates how you’d have the capacity to choose the best photograph in an arrangement or make a solitary shot from numerous points. You could likewise turn the head of your subject with whatever angle that makes them look best.
In another precedent, you’d have the capacity to draw around a man’s head with your finger. The framework would utilize AI to remember them and look for some other photographs. It could then supplant the head in the photograph you just took with, for example, an all the more complimenting shot.
As indicated by the patent, the cell phone would give you a chance to utilize the principle camera to take selfies by furnishing it with a mirror. Indeed, a similar sort of “innovation” utilized on a lot more established flip telephones and compact cameras.
There’s no sign yet that LG will ever discharge such a telephone, however it’s clearly attempting to remain over the innovation. Much like the megapixel race quite a long while prior, cell phone creators are attempting to get the enthusiasm of progressively exhausted customers by including more cameras, it shows up. Samsung’s Galaxy A9 has four at the back, and Nokia will before long discharge a model with five. The way it’s going, the whole back of your telephone will before long be filled with lenses.
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