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Power management and thermal considerations used on Light’s L16 computational imaging camera
Keywords: Portable Camera, Computational Imagin, Thermal Management
Light’s L16 camera was born out of a simple question: How can we take quality photos with the least amount of gear? The goal was to create a tool that would allow the customer to focus on the moment, rather than the camera controls. Light is pioneering the era of the software-defined camera. Combining breakthrough optics technology with sophisticated computational software, Light cameras deliver high-quality imaging in a compact, cost-effective footprint. This revolutionary approach was first implemented in the award-winning Light L16 camera. This paper will focus on the thermal considerations needed to ensure a high quality images, compact form factor, and cost-effective camera design.
Juan L Cruz, Thermal-Mechanical Engineer
Light Labs Inc.
Palo Alto, CA

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