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Pelican Imaging Unveils Revolutionary Approach to Smartphone Cameras, Announces Three Technical Advisory Board Members

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. Feb. 9, 2011 Marc Levoy Shree K. Nayar

The Technical Advisory Board leverages several decades of experience in helping guide Pelican Imaging’s pioneering work building the industry’s thinnest high-resolution camera, targeting smartphones and tablets.

"We are excited about attracting some of the foremost experts to Pelican’s Technical Advisory Board. This relationship gives us a collaborative forum that leverages their unique insights and maximizes the potential of our architecture," said Kartik Venkataraman, CTO and co-founder of Pelican Imaging.

Pelican Imaging has developed a computational camera array architecture and fundamental intellectual property with 12 pending patent applications in array optics, sensors and image reconstruction algorithms. Pelican’s camera improves upon image and video quality while allowing for thinner smartphones. New applications are also enabled by introducing features such as 3-D depth, gesture control, and the ability for users to interact with the image before and after capturing the shot.

Shree Nayar Columbia University

Marc Levoy Stanford University Stanford

"Pelican’s architecture relaxes key pixel design constraints, thereby enhancing pixel performance beyond those in legacy cameras. I am equally excited about its potential for early and cost-effective adoption of new sensor technologies. The next generation of mini- and micro-cameras is upon us," said Dr. Bedabrata Pain, CEO of Edict Inc.

Technical Advisory Board Members Bio

Marc Levoy Stanford University

Shree Nayar Columbia University

Dr. Bedabrata Pain

About Pelican Imaging

Mountain View, California

Pelican Imaging and Pelican are trademarks of Pelican Imaging Corporation. All other brands or product names are the property of their respective holders.

SOURCE Pelican Imaging Corporation

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