Vivo showcases TOF 3D sensing technology

July 03, 2018 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Vivo's opioneering TOF 3D Sensing Technology developed by Vivo detects the time it takes emitted pulse light to return to the sensor to accurately map objects at up to three meters in front of it. It enables new opportunities in facial, gesture and motion recognition, 3D photography and AR, expanding the capabilities of the next generation of smart devices.

TOF 3D Sensing Technology features industry-leading performance in depth of information captured with its 300,000 sensor points, which is 10 times the number of existing Structured Light Technology. This raises the bar by enabling 3D mapping at up to three meters from the phone while having a smaller baseline than Structured Light. TOF 3D Sensing Technology is also simpler and smaller in structure and allows for more flexibility when embedded in a smartphone. This will enable much broader application of this technology than was previously possible.

The technology is tested and meets industry standards required for integration with current apps soon. Beyond facial recognition, TOF 3D Sensing Technology will open up new possibilities for entertainment as well as work.

Since the technology enables precise and accurate tracking of gestures and movements of the user's entire body, it creates entirely new ways to interact with and experience the world. Using AI to beautify a photo taking into account the attributes of the entire person is a whole step above current photography applications. Merging this technology with AR capabilities could take users one step further and allow them to try on clothes virtually with enhanced 3D virtual fitting. It can also track gestures for mixed reality (MR) games and provide an entire new way to immerse yourself in a virtual world through MR games.

By combining AI recognition with TOF 3D Sensing Technology's precise understanding of what it sees, users can even capture entire objects using 3D modelling. Users can therefore scan and recreate entire objects digitally. This technology can be used to scan lesson props for education, or even help scan critical parts of the body for medical purposes.

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