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TECNO introduces groundbreaking TECNO Universal Tone, an AI-powered multi-skin tone imaging technology, utilizing the latest spectral database for advanced camera capabilities, according to a press release.
TECNO has proudly introduced its groundbreaking Universal Tone technology, a revolutionary AI-powered multi-skin tone imaging system. Developed in-house and enhanced through collaborative efforts with color science academics from leading global universities, this innovative technology incorporates newly collected and analyzed data from scientific research.
The debut of TECNO Universal Tone took place in the captivating short film "Portrait for Everyone," produced by BBC StoryWorks on October 25. The technology's primary objective is to deliver precise representations of skin tones, embodying a commitment to inclusivity and customization.
Jack Guo, the General Manager of TECNO, emphasizes the brand's dedication to fostering a positive mindset through technological development. The Universal Tone technology adopts a rigorous scientific, data-based approach to ensure an accurate reflection of the diverse beauty of users worldwide.
TECNO Universal Tone technology integrates three powerful engines: the multi-skin tone restoration engine, the local-tuning engine, and the AI-powered computational portrait engine.
The multi-skin tone restoration engine employs a scientific approach with the industry's largest diversified spectral database, covering frequently overlooked skin colors to eliminate bias in technology. This enables the creation of an inclusive skin tone scale and precise representation.
The local-tuning engine tailors solutions for diverse real-world scenarios by considering local environments, lighting conditions, and color temperatures to achieve a harmonious output.
The AI-powered computational portrait engine ensures a personalized and localized portrait imaging experience. It takes into account aesthetic preferences, facial features, and unique skin tones in each region, enhancing accuracy, texture, and personalized beauty enhancements.
In synergy, these engines optimize TECNO Universal Tone by calibrating skin tones, restructuring facial tones, analyzing the environment, and applying a personalized algorithm aligned with regional preferences.
Kaida Xiao, an associate professor at the University of Leeds, emphasizes the data-based approach in developing accurate color cards for each skin tone. The Universal Tone technology ensures accurate identification and optimization of individual skin tones, setting a new standard for diversity and true-to-life portraits.
Guided by its user-centric philosophy and 'Stop at Nothing' strategy, TECNO continues to pursue innovation. The development of TECNO Universal Tone marks a significant milestone in creating a more inclusive smartphone industry, highlighting the brand's commitment to enhancing user lifestyles globally.