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pmd and Infineon host digital MWC 2021

Since the last MWC we brought new innovations to Time-of-Flight technology for mobile applications. Allowing smartphone manufacturers to bring exciting new applications into the hands of millions of customers.
Our VGA ToF sensor with a resolution of 640x480 3D pixels made face authentication more secure and reliable than ever before. Especially important in today’s context, where mobile payment became a matter of personal safety.

With the latest ToF sensor generation specially developed for long-range applications we revolutionized the camera system of flagship phones by providing high-speed autofocus and beautiful bokeh effects even in low light situations, based on accurate depth information in every part of the scene.

This year we take ToF to the next level or to be more specific: under the surface. Join us for an exclusive digital meeting session during MWC 2021 from 28 June - 1 July and take a look beyond to learn how we make our 3D camera modules see through the display. For new smartphone designs without a notch.

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pmdtechnologies’ and Infineon’s latest 3D Time-of-Flight image sensor enables powerful new applications for mobile such as real-time mixed reality, enhanced photography, 3D object scanning, and room reconstruction. Integrated into the world’s smallest 3D ToF camera modules, the complete solution accurately...

We are at (digital) Image Senors Europe 2021 and our CEO Dr. Bernd Buxbaum will join as a speaker on Conference Day one, 23rd March, giving you insights about the latest developments in 3D depthsensing for smartphones.