8K content was first became available from live broadcasting of 2018 PyeongChang Olympics, Russia World Cup, and plan to be followed by Tokyo Summer Olympics in 2020 where it will be transmitted in 8K. The television will not be the only medium where 8K content be available. Action Cams, and mobile video recording devices (mobile phones and camcorders) started to include 8K recording as a new functionality. These user generated and televised content will be available to viewers via Video Hosting Services, as YouTube and Vimeo are upgrading their infrastructures for 8K content streaming. Along with video service, hardware displays such as televisions and VR headsets will be debuting in the market and expects to gain the popularity at fast pace. The emergence of 5G network will also be the key contributing factor (trigger) for the wide deployment of applications which will be utilizing 8K content for its hyper-realism.
About Chips&Media, Inc.
Chips&Media is the leader in the video hardware IP. Chips&Media’s extensive video IPs, including deep learning based computer vision, video codec, computational photography and image signal processing have orchestrated Chips&Media to transform itself as total Video IP provider.
Chips&Media’s IPs were licensed by over 90 customers, who have acclaimed them for low power usage, high-performance, small-size, reliability and market references, and these praised IPs range from legacy codecs to computer vision as follows:
Codecs : HEVC, H.264, VP9, AV1, AVS2 and other legacy codecs with resolution up to UHD (4K/8K) at 120 FPS
ISP/Computational Photography : Comprehensive and configurable ISP pipeline, Multi-exposure HDR, 3DNR, Lens Distortion Correction, Multi-instances support
Computer Vision : Deep learning based object detection IP
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