Invisage published two short videos on Youtube. The first one is titled "InVisage's QuantumFilm enables more compact lenses because of our top surface architecture." The company explains: "Traditional CMOS sensors are not top surface detectors so accommodating shorter lenses create crosstalk and thus, noise. QuantumFilm image sensors enable more compact lenses because our top surface architecture can accept light ray angles that are much steeper. This means shorter lenses can be used without any degradation in performance:"
The second video demos "InVisage's InstantShutter: A true global electronic that obviates the need for mechanical shutters." The video description says: "The problem is CMOS image sensors can only expose & read lines of pixels at any one point, instead of a full frame. This leads to what is now known as the rolling shutter effect or "jello" effect. InVisage's InstantShutter truly is a breakthrough because of its ability to snap an entire frame, each and every pixel, at the exact same time instant:"