At Computex this week SoftKinetic has unveiled their latest creation in the form of the world’s smallest high definition PC gesture recognition camera sensor, called the DepthSense 325.
The SoftKinetic DepthSense 325 builds on SoftKinetic past motion recognition technology, and is a pocket sized device that uses a camera to see both 3D depth, and high-definition 2D colour.
The DepthSense 325 gesture recognition device has been created to for PC systems providing them with finger and hand tracking capabilities, which can then be used within games and applications. Michel Tombroff, CEO of SoftKinetic explains:
“SoftKinetic is proud to release these revolutionary products to developers and OEMs,”-“The availability of iisu 3.5 and the DS325 clearly marks a milestone for the 3D vision and gesture recognition markets. These technologies will enable new generations of video games, edutainment applications, video conference, virtual shopping, media browsing, social media connectivity and more.”
The latest SoftKinetic DepthSense 325 can function from users just 10cm away, and includes a wide field of view, together with HD video and dual microphones. Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.
Source: Triple Point
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