The Korean manufacturer of LG company has been patented by the US Patent Office and Trade Mark, which describes a smartphone with 16 sensors and lenses. The individual modules are arranged in a 4 x 4 matrix and are designed to capture the same view of angles that are slightly offset for 3D video effects or image manipulation.
LG has already installed more camera modules than most competitors with five cameras on the ThinQ V40.
The patent describes, for example, what might be with a camera technique of this type. The head of a person portrayed in the picture could be shot after shooting, until the new situation for perfect insight is good enough.
Another example shows how multi-stage technology could be combined with artificial intelligence features. Users could have a recognized person in the photo replacing the pen with another picture. This could be useful in group pictures where a person keeps his eyes closed.
Usually, a patent application or grant is not evidence that the technique described finds a final product. Instead, patents have also filed it to make it difficult for the competition to implement a specific method. LG introduced his patent for the first time in 2014.