Argon Design Ltd is delighted to win a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category. The award is in recognition of the innovative and industry leading Argon Streams verification product. Argon Streams is used by many of the world’s top semiconductor manufacturers and by leading IP companies such as ARM and Imagination. Read more...
We help our clients reduce time to market, reduce risk, and lower their costs of development
Argon360 - real-time video stitching for 360-degree panoramic movies. Scalable, low power, high performance.
By applying innovative techniques on an FPGA platform we can achieve world-leading response times
Our team has years of experience in developing image processing systems for consumers
From mobile devices to financial services, medical devices to multimedia chips, tele-presence to deep packet inspection - our innovative solutions have helped to create exciting products offering a unique business advantage to our customers.Learn more
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Argon was today honoured to be presented with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category by Sir Hugh Duberly, Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire. We were also privileged to be visited by Antoinette Jackson, Chief Executive of Cambridge City Council and David Gill, Chief Executive of St John’s Innovation Centre.
As a part of the development work for our real-time video stitching IP, Argon360, we have been looking at state of the art 360-degree camera products. Most of our development work to date has been based on what has become a de-facto standard for professionals capturing 360-degree content in the field – six GoPros mounted in a cube formation. This rig can produce great results, but it’s expensive, physically cumbersome and difficult to operate. I recently took advantage of the opportunity to use three very different products, all aimed at the consumer market.