Spectral Edge today launched its Phusion video personalisation technology on the Android platform. This makes its Eyeteq colour blindness and Nighteq night viewing solutions available to carriers and manufacturers creating and deploying Android-based products such as tablets, smartphones, and set top boxes.
Eyeteq and Nighteq will be demonstrated on both an Android tablet and a commercial IPTV set top box from Antik Technology at the 2017 CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, from March 1st to 3rd in San Diego, California, USA. The largest event of its type, it showcases innovative technologies that help those with disabilities.
Over 4% of the world’s population suffers from colour-blindness and Eyeteq enables them to differentiate between colour combinations that they struggle to see, allowing them to access and enjoy content they previously could not. Nighteq image enhancement technology helps viewers get a good night’s sleep by reducing the amount of blue light coming from TVs, tablets and computer screens, whilst maintaining contrast and picture quality.
Built on years of academic research backed by visual preference trials, Spectral Edge aims to improve the viewing experience of images, videos and TV content by delivering the perfect picture for each individual viewer. This is done with patented image fusion technology which can combine visible and invisible information in real-time on consumer devices, to enhance detail, aid visual accessibility, and create ever more beautiful pictures.