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"REAL3 Time of Flight: A New Differentiator for Mobile Phones," a Presentation from Infineon Technologies

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Walter Bell, 3D Imaging Application Engineer at Infineon Technologies, presents the "REAL3 Time of Flight: A New Differentiator for Mobile Phones" tutorial at the May 2019 Embedded Vision Summit.

In 2019, 3D imaging has become mainstream in mobile phone cameras. What started in 2016 with the first two smartphones using an Infineon 3D time-of-flight (ToF) imager has now become a major differentiator for mobile phone manufacturers. Today, all leading smartphone brands have launched phones with 3D imaging technologies. They are using 3D vision to sense the world!

Infineon's latest REAL3 technology has helped to enable novel approaches in mobile authentication, computational photography and gesture control, and allowed users to experience augmented worlds. What has changed since 2016? Where are 3D mobile applications today and how will they improve with the next generation of 3D imagers? Bell answers these and other questions, guiding you to shape the future of 3D imaging.