In a few years, the digital camera on your smartphone and the high-resolution camera in your tablet will make it possible to achieve high-resolution photos by having a larger lens as than you have today. I believe this will only take place to a certain extent.
I don’t see a need to replace our eyes with a “super-resolution” camera and use a super-resolution imaging sensor when we can have a much smaller size. This will help increase the resolution of the photos we take even if we only have a small-sized smartphone.
I also don’t see the need to replace cameras with small-sized lenses. If you shoot photos with a larger-than-14-megapixel-size camera, you’ll already have a high-quality image. I don’t see much need for a smaller-sized camera because I can’t believe those people are using smartphones today with a 14-megapixel-size camera. For many the smartphone will be a good-sized device in the future. So you’ll be able to take still images, photos of your pet, movies, a digital camera image and photo-journalism!
And last but not least, I don’t see the need for an image processor in our devices anymore. There is already a very advanced smartphone processor. For instance, my smartphone and the phones of many other people can do very high-quality video. I think our computers and our phones will be much better at high-quality videos and also we will have great videos in our phones!
So what about the technology that makes the megapixels that our eyes and other cameras have? Some people are saying that their own eyes have no megapixels. I think if you look at it very carefully, your own eyes have a lot of megapixels. It is an optical illusion.
The problem is that the image processing algorithm on my eye is based on my eyes, which means that if you try to use it to change the contrast for an image, the signal will be distorted since the brain doesn’t have enough information about the pixels in your eye yet to do the processing.
There has to be some other way of processing information in our eye. So I have found out that if I look at my phone without lenses (even though you can actually see the pixels through my glasses), I can also make better results in my video editing software. That’s because in your mobile environment, if you don’t use lenses, the pixels are always on the same