Microsoft Azure and LG Innotek join forces

Microsoft Azure and LG Innotek join forces

Producing high performance cameras LG InnotekMicrosoft’s cloud computing service Azure will develop and supply 3D sensing component for LG Innotek for Azure platforms Cool announced that it will develop the modules. In addition Cool module, which calculates the distance by measuring the time light returns from a subject, recognizes the 3D effect, spatial information and motion of an object 3D detection Let’s point out that it is a component.

Microsoft continues to expand its partnerships

Basically CoolIt stands out as an ultra-compact camera module for facial recognition that can detect 3D depth. Mass production as a result of the agreement made 2021will begin in the second half of. LG Innotekalready has a connection with Apple and supplies ToF modules for AR projects. In addition, ToF sensors can convert the captured photos into 3D images. ToF moduleoffers support for advanced functions such as biometric verification, motion detection, artificial reality, and virtual reality.

3D cameras works well for computer vision analysis. However, special lighting technology, strong sensor level understanding and optical design skills are required in their design and production.

LG Innotek ToF Module

Microsoft will support the Azure ecosystem for the development of its Azure connected ToF module and related services. The company continues to build partnerships that can increase its services by combining the Azure platform and 3D cameras.

From Microsoft pixel to chip, modules to cameras, algorithms to software 3B He has been working in the field of detection for over twenty years. Until this time Microsoft‘a 3D detection information, Microsoft Hololens and Azure Kinect DevkitUsed to create.

Commenting on the agreement, Microsoft Silicon & Sensor group business development head Daniel Bar, “We are excited to welcome LG Innotek in our ecosystem and accelerate the time to market for 3D cameras. This is an important step towards providing easy access for computer vision developers to create 3D vision applications ” said.

Azure powered 3D cameras can be used to measure movements and control people’s movements while exercising. In the retail space, they can be helpful to manage stock or prevent theft. In factories, these cloud-connected cameras can monitor and analyze production lines to prevent accidents.

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