Leica’s CEO: Leica will build a center for Computational Imaging in Silicon Valley

Leica’s CEO Matthias Harsch announced that Leica will build “a competence center for Computational Imaging in California’s Silicon Valley”:

“We stand by the transition from analogue to digital photography beginning of 2000, now 19 years later before the second digital revolution in the camera and optics industry,” says Matthias Harsch, CEO of Leica Camera AG. Topics such as “Computational Imaging” – so if images indirectly from measurements generated by algorithms using – will significantly impact the photograph so Harsch on. Therefore, Leica Camera AG build as part of securing the future on, among other things, a competence center for “Computational Imaging” in California’s Silicon Valley. (Google translation)

Source: Wetzlarer Neue Zeitung

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