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2010-11-24 Video processor allows 3D recording
Ambarella Inc. announced a 3D video pre-processor that the company claims works with its camera SoC to enable full HD 1,080p 3D video recording and high-resolution 3D photography.
2008-04-17 Tower fabs Canesta 3D image sensors for cars
Canesta's 3D image sensors, now in final qualification stages for the automotive industry, are being manufactured at Tower Semi's Fab2 facility, using its CMOS image sensor 0.18?m technology process
2015-03-06 Tower develops IR sensor for Intel's 3D camera
The near infrared light sensor is used for depth sensing by Intel within its RealSense, which has a 3.5?m pixel size and flaunts a global shutter.
2014-04-15 Stereo 3D camera captures untextured surfaces
IDS' Ensenso N10 series employs the projected texture stereo vision procedure, where the projector projects a static, high contrast texture onto the scene, capturing nearly all surfaces within the field of vision.
2010-01-21 Setting the stage for 3D TV
The consumer electronics industry is looking at its future through a pair of stereo 3D glasses. The left eye sees an opportunity to revive sagging TV and media revenues, the right eye sees a set of unresolved technical issues
2014-07-30 Raytrix 3D camera packs Cypress' CX3 controller
The R42 supports up to 40Mpx resolution and 4,000 images, leveraging the CX3 solution's throughput to provide 3D images with extended depth-of-field
2010-11-03 Microsoft acquires 3D sensing firm
Canesta Inc., a developer of 3D sensing technology for user interfaces and other applications, has signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by Microsoft Corp
2012-10-22 LinScan tech enables high res 3D scanning
LinScan makes it possible for the laser beam to jump from line to line with a flexible scanning speed, making image resolutions of SVGA and more possible with miniaturized architectures.
2015-12-07 Light polarisation promises significant boost in 3D cameras
MIT researchers have shown that by exploiting the polarisation of light, they can increase the resolution of conventional 3D imaging devices as much as 1,000 times
2015-01-09 Intel takes to market its RealSense 3D camera
Intel revealed that its RealSense 3D cameras come with software to allow hands-free operation, a 3D scanning routine and the ability to change backgrounds during video conferencing
2015-08-21 Intel shows off RealSense 3D camera
Intel's 3D camera includes an R200 camera with an IR laser projector that produces a 3D depth model onto which it maps an HD image with an internal image processing chip for objects 10ft or farther.
2011-12-12 Gesture recognition: Leading toward 3D UIs
Read about the challenges in gesture recognition in 3D interaction and the techniques to overcome them in embedded systems
2008-10-01 Fujifilm bring 3D center stage with new camera
If you still think 3D video is just a gimmick, think again
2011-05-24 Depth-sensing is the future of mobile 3D
Depth-sensing interfaces will ultimately revolutionize how we interact with our devices. Xbox Kinect features depth-sensing that allows a two-way "conversation" between user and device in the 3D world
2009-11-03 3D TV: Sure win or long shot
Participants at the FPD International 2009 panel stressed key reasons why they must seize the moment now to push 3D into the home and a list of reasons why it remains a long shot
2014-12-23 3D printing spins confusion at copyrights
No matter which market analysis firm you go to, it will paint rosy picture for 3D printer and consumables market. Here we look at the current and upcoming capabilities of 3D scanners that help you "copy" designs for your 3D printing needs
2009-02-11 3D camera solution simplifies handset design
OmniVision Technologies Inc. has unveiled the CameraCube technology, a 3D reflowable, total camera solution that combines the full functionality of a single-chip image sensor, embedded image processor and wafer-level optics in one compact, small-footprint package.
2015-08-25 Vietnamese company develops low-cost, high-speed 3D scanner
Vietnamese company An Viet Long has created its first 3D scanner, which is designed to be faster and more affordable than other handheld counterparts in order to meet customer demand
2010-07-30 Twin-lens supports consumer 3D video cameras
Panasonic debuts a digital twin-lens that makes it possible to shoot 3D with an interchangeable lens system camera.
2008-09-22 TV big shots lack stereo 3D patents
LG, Matsushita, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba currently have no significant patents on stereo 3D, according to an initial patent search by EE Times
2005-01-21 TI imaging processor adopted in Samsung's new camera phone
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) announced that Samsung Electronics has selected TI's imaging processor technology for what they claim as the first camera phone with a hard disk drive for storing images and video
2010-10-08 TearDown: Inside a 3D desktop scanner
The desktop NextEngine 3D Scanner competes with more expensive scanners by creating mesh files of 3D objects for industrial design, reverse engineering, CGI and content creation. Here's a look inside
2013-06-17 Qualcomm, Nokia pump $20M into array camera start-up
Pelican Imaging has secured $20 million in funding from Qualcomm Ventures, Nokia Growth Partners and current investors.
2008-01-14 Processor combines ARM9 CPU, 3D graphics engine
Magnum Semiconductor Corp. announced the ZEVIO ZV1050 multimedia application processor, the latest member of its ZEVIO SoC line for cost-effective and power-sensitive applications in consumer entertainment and information applications.
2008-08-19 Prime time debut for 3D TV still years away
A panel on the future of 3D technologies agreed that more electronics advances are needed to make 3D ubiquitous in the next five years without the need for special viewing glasses
2011-02-11 Pelican creates array camera for mobiles
Pelican Imaging's computational camera array architecture allows for thinner smartphones, and enhances image and video quality. It also offers features such as 3D depth, gesture control, among others.
2013-06-28 NUS develops robot fish with autonomous 3D movement
Touted as the first in Asia, the Robot Carp is intended as an autonomous underwater device that can be used in military and underwater terrain exploration.
2015-02-20 NTU start-up unveils compact rotary 3D printer-scanner
Nanyang Technological University's (NTU) start-up Blacksmith Group unleashed the Blacksmith Genesis that can also scan items into digitised models, on top of its 3D printing capabilities
2011-05-13 MIT works on high-def, glass-free 3D
MIT Media Lab describes an algorithm for rendering high-definition 3D images utilizing glasses-free technique
2015-01-26 Microchip reveals low-cost 3D gesture recognition sol'n
The $2 GestIC claims to allow any embedded device to recognise 3D gestures in mid-air, which targets smart toys, audio systems, security systems, lighting systems and any other embedded application
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