Lolaark Vision Product

Our product is currently configured for underwater cameras and can clean up live video streams. We achieve visibility improvements that can triple or quadruple the visibility radius in highly murky water. We achieve this unique performance by harnessing the power of sophisticated mathematical algorithms and graphics card units. However, additional work is needed to improve performance in enhancement quality, suppression of clutter, and increase applicable frame rates to make the product suitable for 4K/60fps cameras not only for underwater environments but for land and sea navigation even under adverse conditions.

Lolaark Vision Clarifier

Clarifier 1.0

The Clarifier largely removes water turbidity effects and enhances shapes for a clearer and crisp underwater camera inspection even in the harshest conditions. It reduces workload by 50% on average. Clarifier 1.0 achieved a TRL 4 certificate from the ABS for real-time video enhancement.


Clarifier IP

Tired of a hazy video in turbid water? Then Clarifier 1.0 is the solution you longed for. The Clarifier largely removes water turbidity effects and enhances shapes for clearer and crisp underwater camera inspections even in the harshest conditions. The Clarifier works in real time.


Development Goals

With all the merits of our technology, we still are in the early stage of prototype development. We have already achieved excellent real-time performance for 1080p videos at 30 fps. Most modern sensors nowadays are using either 1080p or 4k cameras. We plan to upgrade our computational algorithms to process 4k videos in real-time.

We also plan to develop our technology for processing stereo pairs of video feeds in real-time. Stereo pair videos are captured using two cameras some distance apart (like the pair of our eyes). Stereo vision is very important to achieve accurate depth perception, which is needed in many applications such as navigation of autonomous vehicles and photogrammetry. We should be able to achieve these upgrades in the next two to three years.