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Morpho Showcased Image Processing and AI Technologies at Intel PRC PC Client Software Innovation Summit


Tokyo, Japan –October 6th, 2022– Morpho, Inc. (hereinafter, “Morpho”), a global leader in image processing and imaging AI solutions, announced today that its image processing and AI technologies were introduced as an ISV partner solution in the 2022 Intel PRC PC Client Software Innovation Summit. This is an Intel-sponsored event to be held on September 19 in Shenzhen. Demonstration of Morpho’s technologies running on Intel latest platform was showcased.

Image processing technologies such as super resolution, dynamic range correction and noise reduction to improve image quality of PCs are used more than ever for online meetings. In terms of AI technology, Morpho introduced automatic framing technology that adjusts the subject in the video so that it is always zoomed to the center. It also featured an AI face detection based privacy protection technology that can turn off the monitor automatically when user is away. By Intel’s powerful inference engine OpenVINO, users can enjoy these features in real time with low power consumption.


To respond to the growing demand in PC built-in camera functionality and image quality improvement, Morpho will continue to develop new technologies and utilizing its on Intel platform to pursued in the market at its best.

About the Products

– Image Super-Resolution ” Morpho Super-Zoom™”:

– Noise Reduction in Video “Morpho Video Denoiser™”:

– DR-Corrected Image Generation “Morpho Video WDR™”:

– Auto Framing in Video “Morpho Auto Framing™”:This technology automatically adjusts the subject (such as a person’s face) in the video so that it is always zoomed to the center. Multiple subjects are supported, and framing is adjusted smoothly even if the subject frames in or out during the video. It can be used with devices such as smartphones, PCs, and external cameras.