DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pryzm Labs Inc. is pleased to announce the grant of US Patent No. US 9569683 B2 for a removably attachable optical enhancement assembly for use with an image-capturing device for altering light signals entering an apparatus of the device.
The optical enhancement assembly is comprised of both a fractalizing diffraction pattern to operatively diffract light entering an aperture of the image-capturing device and of a securing agent to removably secure the assembly of the image-capturing device such that the assembly abuts against the image-capturing device over the aperture of the capturing device.
The patent also covers a method for altering images captured by an image-capturing device by altering light signals. This is comprised of affixing a removably attachable optical enhancement assembly that includes a layer of diffraction over the aperture of an image capturing device, causing light to pass through the removably attachable optical enhancement assembly and enter the image-capturing device, and recording an image of the light using the image-capturing device. This also extends to recording the image of the light on the device and then uploading the image to a network.
“We are excited about the capabilities of this technology to bring enhanced creativity to innovators across the digital media landscape,” said CMO, Chris Kraemer. “This technology will bring new tools to visual content creators across platforms - enabling new ways to capture video for Instagram and Snapchat-savvy millennials, YouTubers, music photographers and videographers, and filmmakers alike.”
Pryzm will aggressively explore opportunities for the development of new products centered around this patent, while seeking additional partnerships with established media companies to license and use the technology in their digital productions.