Morpho's Video Processing Software (MVPS) is the 2019 Vision Product of the Year Award Winner in the Software or Algorithms category. MVPS is a suite of video processing software IPs targeted for embedded devices and cloud-based services. MVPS is application software which packages a variety of video enhancement technologies that are independent from existing plug-ins such as those provided through Adobe's editing software. All other third parties provide specific video enhancement software which is designed only to be used as plug-ins to non-linear editing software. MVPS is superior to other existing solutions in the market in its capabilities to achieve faster processing speed while maintaining its quality. This is due to Morpho having significant experience providing image and video processing software implemented and operated on edge devices like smartphones.
“We are absolutely honored to receive the Vision Product of the Year Award 2019 for the second year in a row! The Morpho Video Processing Solution is a suite of computational photography algorithms which focuses on video quality enhancement for real-time and post-process use. To win the 'Best Algorithm & Software' category means a lot for us in promoting our state-of-the-art algorithms to find their deserved channels in varieties of industries including mobile, network services, automotive, etc. We appreciate the Embedded Vision Alliance for acknowledging our hard work, and hope to continue to accelerate the embedded vision industry with our high-quality video processing solutions.”
Toshi Torihara, Vice President, Morpho US, Inc.
Established in 2004, Morpho has built substantial brand recognition in the field of software image processing for mobile devices. Customers utilizing Morpho’s software technologies include carriers, processing platform providers and mobile device manufacturers, making the company a global player in mobile imaging. To learn more about Morpho, please visit www.morphoinc.com/en.
This award was presented at the 2019 Embedded Vision Summit; the program is organized by the Embedded Vision Alliance.