Optrima, a company that develops DepthSense CMOS, time-of-flight three dimensional cameras and sensors, announced that it has achieved mass production quality for three dimensional, High-Definition audio and video cameras.
The consumer electronics camera has been developed in partnership with Namuga. This three dimensional camera is the first embedded camera of the world, featuring HD RGB.
The HD camera is suitable for gesture-based applications including touch-less user interfaces, video games, and video conferencing, either on connected TVs or desktop computers. The DepthSense time-of-flight technology of the company offers highly flexible, responsive and cost-effective CMOS-based solution. The technology can provide low lag, instant user feedback even when low CPU systems such as television platforms and set-top-boxes are used.
The embedded device market needs low-CPU consumption and inexpensive three dimensional cameras, featuring embedded gesture recognition abilities. The company will demonstrate the three dimension camera and technologies at the Consumer Electronics Show in South Hall, between January 6 and 9.