Game Changing Depth Sensing Technique Enables Simpler, More Flexible 3D Solutions

Wednesday, May 22, 4:55 PM - 5:25 PM
Summit Track: 
Enabling Technologies
Location: 
Exhibit Hall ET 1

Magik-Eye is a global team of computer vision veterans that have developed a new method to determine depth from light directly without the need to measure time, find a complex pattern or perform complex computation. The Magik-Eye technique dramatically reduces the power, compute and size of a depth sensing module while enabling a wide range of FOV, point resolutions, material sensitivities and distances. This presentation will discuss the new technique and show working samples in action.

Speaker(s):

Takeo Miyazawa

Founder and CEO, Magik Eye

Takeo Miyazawa started his career as a computer software architect while studying cognitive science at Sophia university in Tokyo, Japan. For over 30 years he has been a scientific entrepreneur for computer vision/AI companies in Japan, Israel, India and the US. He commercialized the first generation of structured light 3D depth sensors for automotive body inspection 20 years ago at Cognitens, an Israel-based company. Since then, Takeo developed several computer vision products and applications for a variety of companies. He began Magik Eye from a collaboration with a team of PhDs and computer vision veterans to explore a new, more efficient and robust method to detect depth from light directly. Magik Eye's new technique is simpler, more flexible, lower power and smaller than other depth sensing methods.

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