High Resolution Photography with an RGB-Infrared Camera Abstract: A convenient solution to RGB-Infrared photography is to extend the basic RGB mosaic with a fourth filter type with high transmittance in the near-infrared band. The use of this technology will help make camera designs needing both RGB+IR … R,G,B filters (arranged in an Bayer Filter Mosaic) and possibly UV cut and IR cut filters (covering all). Cameras utilizing RGB-IR sensors, on the other hand, can be thought of as two cameras in one: they record both photos on the same sensor with the same lens and thus can be readily used in cellphone systems with conventionalop-tics, producing perfectly-aligned RGB and IR images. The use of this technology will help make camera designs needing both RGB+IR much less complex. For RGB camera additional filters were attached to the sensors i.e. Unfortunately, applying conventional demosaicing algorithms to RGB-IR … As shown in Figure 1a, RGB-IR sensors extend the basic RGB The RGB+IR technology removes dependence on mechanical IR cut filters extending operational life and enhancing robustness. If you have additional questions on this technology or how it would benefit you, our FRAMOS imaging … This technology is still relatively new but will become more prevalent in the next 2-3 years.