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True Image Clarity Through Innovative Technology

Article - April 30, 2024

Logic & Design’s patented technology provides enhanced images for a range of industries.

Japanese firm Logic and Design is at the forefront of providing clear, untampered images with its enhancing and restoration technology. Founded in 2018, the company caters its products and software to various industries; from disaster and crime prevention to the security and medical fields.

The company’s patented LISr® technology processes images down to the very minute pixels before optimizing the contrast through a histogram. This process does not involve the presumption used by AI to make images clearer, instead it improves the data that already exists.

As company representative director Kimiaki Sato says: “We take the real image and make it more visible.” LISr® can be used in a wide range of settings, from poor weather conditions to night vision monitoring images. It also instantly enhances the clarity of images, enabling them to be more easily processed by AI and is currently being used to great success in the field of ophthalmology.

The company is working to mass produce its technology in chip form so it can be embedded in cameras working in fields from security to disaster prevention.