Vivo Announces TOF 3D Sensing Technology With 10X More Sensor Points Than Apple's Face ID

Vivo Announces TOF 3D Sensing Technology With 10X More Sensor Points Than Apple's Face ID

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Vivo today announced its Time of Flight (TOF) 3D Sensing Technology which features 10X more sensor points than Apple's Face ID.

Vivo's pioneering TOF 3D Sensing Technology 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.

"From last year's debut of In-Display Fingerprint Scanning Technology, the recent launch of the truly bezel-less Vivo NEX, to our ground-breaking TOF 3D Sensing technology, we continue to forge ahead and evolve towards the truly intelligent future by opening new ways for the AI to help the consumer," said Alex Feng, Senior Vice President of Vivo. "By combining TOF 3D Sensing Technology with AI, we will continue to explore new possibilities for a better future."

Vivo Announces TOF 3D Sensing Technology With 10X More Sensor Points Than Apple's Face ID

Industry's Highest Resolution 3D Sensing
Vivo's 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.

Vivo Announces TOF 3D Sensing Technology With 10X More Sensor Points Than Apple's Face ID

Vivo says its technology is tested and meets industry standards required for integration with current apps. In addition to facial recognition, the technology can be used for precise and accurate tracking of gestures and body movements. It can also be used to capture entire objects using 3D modelling.

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hamood_d10 - June 28, 2018 at 5:50am
Seriuosly F*** Apple, nowadays technology is better than them, No innovation and no thinking outside the box
Mang Domeng - June 30, 2018 at 10:15am
You’re funny how you hated Apple for bringing effectively implemented tech and when there’s a new rip-off from Android, you hate them more. Remember how aweful Android’s security is and its implementation across brands. Apple still has the rock solid security implementation of its face ID hardware and software. Don’t be just too proud of your Android easily. Pray to your Android god to give you a stable, secured Android OS in the first place before praising a rip-off of Apple’s Face ID.
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