Owing to consumer demands for a more immersive experience on their devices, modernization of optical alignment and advanced manufacturing automation systems have also transformed
FREMONT, CA: The development of camera and projection modules has changed extensively over the last several decades. Owing to consumer demands for a more immersive experience on their devices, modernization of optical alignment and advanced manufacturing automation systems have also transformed. With companies like GoPro introducing miniaturized cameras that are easy-to-use, incredibly robust, and capturing remarkable visuals, action cameras entered the mainstream market in the early 2000s. The company has sold over 26 million GoPro cameras in more than 100 countries and morphed into an international enterprise. Massive demand can be seen for manufacturers to design newer models and brands which are less bulky and have better price points, with increasing optimal clarity.
As technology continues to progress, people are expecting to experience a powerful moment and become a part of it rather than just see them. Technology and digital elements are used by Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) to create an immersive experience used in nearly every industrial sector including search and rescue, entertainment and gaming, education and architecture, construction and design, and much more. However, people don't realize the fact that this technology has been around for quite some time. For instance, the first recorded VR machine patent goes back to 1960 whereas one of the first AR systems was developed nearly 30 years ago. Today, one can notice a redefinition in the way people work, play, and connect as these optical innovations continue to grow. Even companies like Facebook and Google are aiming to get on board with these new device introductions. The medical sector is one such industry that is standing above the rest demonstrating the importance of imaging technology. Since 2014, the demand for technologically sophisticated medical cameras has progressively increased with the rise in the need to capture high-resolution digital images with clarity and precision. Fields ranging from dentistry to ophthalmology for diagnosis and monitoring of medical conditions, imaging applications are utilized.