Tuesday, January 09, 2018

Bellus 3D Face Recognition for Smartphones

PRWeb: Bellus3D presents its structured light camera for face recognition in smartphones:

"Bellus3D worked closely with Spreadtrum to define and implement a dual-sensor structured light depth camera module that captures up to 200k 3D points with sub-millimeter depth accuracy. The new reference design contains two NIR sensors and a structured light projector, and offers greater depth resolution than the single-sensor structured light camera design deployed by iPhone X. It enables smartphone manufacturers to use off-the-shelf components to reduce costs and streamlines smartphone manufacturing by relaxing the tight calibration tolerances associated with single-sensor structured light depth camera module designs. In addition, Bellus3D software can automatically recalibrate the depth camera module after a smartphone is accidently dropped, which otherwise may require the product to be returned to the manufacturer for repair."

The camera specifications:
  • Two 1 MP IR sensors (1280 x 800)
  • One 2MP Color sensor (1600 x 1200)
  • Two Infrared structured light VCSEL projectors
  • Working range: 25cm to 60cm (optimal at 30-45cm)


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