Rydeen Mobile Electronics is developing a 360-degree camera surround system that shows realistic images of objects around the car, rather than the distorted images typical of current automotive multi-camera systems.
360-degree camera systems are similar to backup camera systems, but provide imagery completely surrounding the car.
However, until now, the systems typically showed 2D imagery that appears distorted and out of proportion.
Rydeen has aligned with Renesas Electronics and Green Hills Software to offer optical image recognition capability that will not only improve its 360-degree camera system but will also set the groundwork for future driver safety and autonomous driving products.
The 3D camera system will be demonstrated by Rydeen at CES this week at the Las Vegas Convention Center (North Hall, Booth #3306).
Rydeen also stated its future goals include operating as an automotive grade OEM/ODM supplier through its design facility in Shenzhen, China and manufacturing operation based in Guangzhou China.
Source: Rydeen Mobile Electronics