Probably not, this is a sense future
It is, but one might be able to activate the companion chip somehow? The chip seems to do all the magic in the HOX, as seen in the first paragraph. Also as seen in the 2nd paragraph we would need some software to use it (modified camera).
ImageSense comes in two parts, the camera and a companion chip. The HTC ImageSense camera is made up of a pretty standard 8-megapixel 1/1.2-inch sensor but has a new fast f/2.0 28mm lens. The new lens will allow more light into the sensor, improving low-light performance and allowing for shallower depth of field. The module’s own image processing chip takes over all picture taking duties from the regular processor and allows for 0.7-second shoot times and 0.2-second autofocus.
The final piece of puzzle is the new software developed by HTC to take advantage of the technology’s capabilities. New features include the ability to capture a high-resolution still photo while recording video and taking panoramic images.
Btw, looking forward to another update now
... Awesome work with the 3.1 kernel, even though it's rebooting. Anything else in store for us CM9 users?
EDIT: HTC references to the the dedicated chip as HTC ImageChip
Edited by sibbor, 10 June 2012 - 11:41 PM.