OSAKA -- Panasonic will once again develop image sensors after freezing such operations for the last few years, aiming for applications including 8K ultrahigh-definition technology.
Image sensors turn light into electronic signals, and are used in digital cameras, smartphones and other devices. CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) sensors are a well-known type. Panasonic will spend around 10 billion yen ($80.8 million) to develop next-generation image sensors, with plans to release them in fiscal 2018.
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