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CES 2021: Sony unveils an image processor that thinks like human

CES 2021: Sony unveils an image processor that thinks like human

In the previous framework of the main electronics fair worldwide, the Japanese brand integrates artificial intelligence with quasi-human optics in its imaging chip

Sony in the framework prior to CES 2021, which will be carried out digitally derived from the global pandemic of COVID-19, today presented its televisions with cognitive intelligence. The new BRAVIA XR linear that includes the models:

  • 8K LED MASTER Z9J series
  • OLED MASTER series A90J and A80J
  • And the 4K LED X95J and X90J series models

The new Japanese patent for the XR processor uses a new processing method that emulates artificial intelligence with human optics. This technology replicates the visual and auditory abilities of human beings to observe objects, focusing only on certain aspects of the objectives.

How does the Cognitive Processor XR work?

It incorporates a technology that divides the screen into several zones and detects the focal point of the image, while conventional artificial intelligence only detects and analyzes elements of the image such as color, contrast and other details individually. This chip also performs a cross-sectional Reviews of the elements as our brain does, adjusting to the best level in sync with the rest to increase realism.

XR also in audio

This processor also promises to analyze the position of the source, converting it to 3D sound.

CES 2021: Sony unveils an image processor that thinks like human

BRAVIA XR TV Specifications:

  • BRAVIA CORE: In conjunction with Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE), the application that will be pre-installed on this shelf, will allow users to enjoy a selection of classic titles and releases, as well as a collection of IMAX Enhanced titles. This platform will be one of the few that offers Pure Stream technology, achieving a quality equivalent to UHD BD almost without losses with bandwidths of up to 80 Mbps.
  • Google tv
  • HDMI 2.1 interface
  • Sound-from-Picture Reality: Technique that aligns the position of the sound with the images on the screen.
  • Netflix Calibrated mode,
  • Compatibility with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

The availability of this line of televisions will be announced in the second quarter of 2021.

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