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CES 2014 in Las Vegas Highlights: DepthSense 3D Imaging time-of-flight CMOS sensor from SoftKinetic

CES 2014 in Las Vegas Highlights: DepthSense 3D Imaging time-of-flight CMOS sensor from SoftKinetic

Jan 11 2014, 9:07am CST | by

CES 2014 in Las Vegas Highlights: DepthSense 3D Imaging time-of-flight CMOS sensor from SoftKinetic
 
 

The much awaited Consumer Electronics Show (CES), also known as International CES is just only a few days away from now. We have been eagerly waiting for this event since last and can’t wait anymore to see what new products, gadgets and gizmos will be launched in this internationally renowned electronics and technology trade show. As usual, it will be full of excitement and surprises and the trade show will be hosting lots of events, shows, awards, conferences and many more. But the people will be mostly engaged in new products and technologies that will be launched at this event to be held January 7 to 10, 2014. The organizers have already confirmed us that almost all the major companies and industry professionals will participate in this trade and bring up their newest innovations in electronics and technology.

The organizers and exhibitors are thinking really big in 2014 and it is true for the companies who are involved in motion tech solutions. There are a number of companies who are coming up with new additions, including sensors, chips in this event. Among those, DepthSense 3D Imaging time-of-flight CMOS sensor from SoftKinetic is the most prominent one in the CES 2014. This is a 3D imaging time-of-flight CMOS sensor which is smart enough to understand the most subtle of everyday human gestures and the shape, size and behavior of objects. It measures how long it takes for infrared light to make the trip from the camera and back – the time-of-flight – and gives the 3D DepthSense camera power to turn raw data in real time, 3D images, as well as grayscale confidence and depth map images.

Click here to know more about DepthSense 3D Imaging time-of-flight CMOS sensor from SoftKinetic

This is indeed a great thing to watch out for on the CES 2014. But this is just only a single product from a manufacturer and there are many more to explore. We will also try to keep you updated on those new products in the coming days. So keep in touch and regularly go through our I4U posts to know about the CES 2014 and the new products which will be launched at this trade show. We are sure that, we our research and help, you will get the best gift in no time.

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