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Panasonic R&D Center Singapore’s Technology – LVNet for Photo Management – Incorporated into Panasonic’s New DIGA Models to Be Commercially Launched in Japan

October 01, 2020 | Project

New models of Panasonic’s Blu-ray recorder DIGA will be launched in Japan on 16th October 2020.  (Model Name: DMR-4T4014CT401 / DMR-4T3014CT301 / DMR-4T2014CT201).  These 4K DIGA models contain new AI-based features of photo classification and photo slideshow.  The AI capability is powered by Panasonic R&D Center Singapore’s proprietary neural network named Lightweight-and-Versatile Network (LVNet), which was co-developed with the Digital Transformation Development Center of AP company.  When photos and videos are imported into these DIGA models, the AI will automatically generate albums organized by subjects and events such as people, animals and landscapes.  The photos classified there will then be summarized as a one-minute video, providing viewers with a new way to enjoy photography.  

https://panasonic.jp/diga/products/4t401_4t301_4t201.html

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