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2015-10-15 Time-of-flight device flaunts accuracy up to 2m
The ISL29501 from Intersil boasts ultra-small size, low-power consumption and superior performance for connected devices aimed at Internet of Things.
2001-08-29 Time of flight measurements
This application note describes how to use time of flight to make skew measurements in ribbon cable, to match optical lengths of interferometer arms and to make strain measurements.
2013-01-02 TI, SoftKinetic to unveil 3D time-of-flight image sensor
The collaboration includes hardware and software integration geared to accelerate adoption of gesture control in TVs and PCs.
2014-10-16 ST offers dev kit for time-of-flight, ambient light sensors
The VL6180X IR ToF optical range finding module provides infrared 850nm wavelength optical range finding up to 10cm, which can be useful for enhancing autofocus and gesture recognition.
2014-10-13 Proximity sensors use Time-of-Flight tech to boost accuracy
ST's VL6180X module combines FlightSense proximity sensing with an ALS and supports basic gesture recognition to simplify the user-interface design while also offering enhanced performance.
2014-02-19 Microsoft gears Kinect for time-of-flight sensor upgrade
In its ISSCC presentation, Microsoft described a time-of-flight sensor that will supplant an infrared-based depth sensing system.
2013-05-30 ToF measurements pave the way for user-interaction
Discover how time-of-flight measurements open up user-interaction scenarios.
2015-10-13 Sony acquires image sensor company
Softkinetic develops sensor-to-software 3D gesture recognition systems using time-of-flight technology and has previously licensed its platform to Texas Instruments Inc. and Melexis SA.
2012-07-06 Automotive ultrasonic ranging: Gain increase may not boost detection distance
Depending on the noise sources, increasing the amplifier gain may not always lead to better ability to detect objects farther away.
2001-08-29 Distance and length measurement
This application note details how to calculate distance and length measurements of fiber ranges by utilizing the time of flight.
2009-01-07 Will home networks bank on Ethernet?
While the consumer electronics industry is yet to find a clear technology winner for digital home media distribution, some are clearly betting on Ethernet to become the answer for home networks by late 2009 and beyond.
2014-01-10 What you need to know when designing your PCB
Learn about the main aspects of a modern PCB that must be thoroughly considered.
2014-06-17 Vision-based AI boosts surveillance applications
Cost, performance and power consumption advances are now paving the way for the proliferation of embedded vision into diverse surveillance applications.
2014-09-26 Vision in wearables: Broader applications, functions
Vision processing can now take place right on your wrist or your face at price points that enable adoption by the masses. This article tackles a key factor in this burgeoning technology success story.
2016-01-08 ToF ranging sensor promises to enhance mobile cameras
The VL53L0 from ST can range faster, over longer distances, and more accurately, considerably improving smartphone- and tablet-camera performance, targeting drones, wearables and IoT devices.
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.
2007-07-30 TDC boasts 25 million EPS throughput at full speed
Running at full speed, Agilent's TC890 TDC offers a 25 million events-per-second (EPS) data-throughput rate.
2012-10-16 Tablets, cars to drive CMOS market growth
CMOS image sensor market is expected to grow at an 11 per cent CAGR in revenue from 2012-2017, growing from $6.6 billion this year to $11 billion in 2017.
2004-05-17 Standard to address precise locationing
Ultrawideband might well form the basis of a newly proposed wireless standard for positioning and low-data-rate communications.
2015-06-10 Spotlight on position sensor tech for hydraulic cylinders
Position feedback sensors for hydraulic or pneumatic cylinders have used one of three traditional technologies: magnetostrictive, variable resistance and variable inductance sensors.
2013-03-04 Smartphone hang-ups curbed by ST's proximity sensor
The VL6180 is the first member of ST's FlightSense sensor line and it uses a new optical-sensing technology that reduces the incidence of dropped calls.
2014-10-20 Proximity sensor flaunts ST's FlightSense tech
ST's VL6180X module combines proximity sensing with an ambient-light sensor to support devices such as tablets, while also improving the performance of consumer appliances and industrial products.
2013-07-01 Portable digitizer boast 25 to 200MS/s max sampling rate
The FCiX family from GaGe provides a 14 or 16bit Ethernet based digitizing solution with 4 or 8 channels, 25 to 200MS/s maximum sampling rate and 2Gb of on-board acquisition memory.
2011-09-01 Overcome clock distribution issues in medical imaging
Learn about clock distribution systems on large scale imaging devices, and the challenges that come with these.
2004-12-01 Novel tracking scheme shows its accuracy
Q-Track homed in on an oft-ignored phenomenon of RF transmissions and leveraged it as the basis of what has been demonstrated to be an accurate but relatively simple tracking scheme.
2015-04-30 Nanotron unveils location-aware radio modules, swarm API
Offering significant extensions, the swarm API version 2.1 from Nanotron supports the ability to extract precise individual positions from a completely mobile swarm of radio devices in real-time.
2015-06-08 Motion engine leaves gesture control in the dust
Startup Quantum Interface developed an Android smartwatch launcher called QiLaunch Ware that claims to be extremely fast and allows users to navigate through any app in a continuous motion.
2016-06-06 Mobile SLAM for drones boast 1kHz update frequencies
Terabee, a French remote and proximity sensing solutions company boasts of its new stand-alone device with update frequencies up to 1kHz for fast moving robots and drones.
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.
2015-11-17 ISSCC to see advancements in vision processors, 3D chips
Samsung is set to unveil its 10nm process technology and enhancements in its SRAM, DRAM and flash technologies while Mediatek will showcase a 10-core CPU, featuring three ARMv8a CPU clusters.
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