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Happy Holidays from pmd!

#WhatAYear! First of all we hope you and your loved ones are healthy and everything runs okay given the special circumstances of this year. Even though everything was different in 2020 - our team at pmd achieved the incredible and proved that we true 3D visionaries: This year was commercially the best in our history so far. And we will proceed.

In October we have announced our latest 3D ToF imager specially made for long range applications in smartphones at affordable cost. We also have launched our new corporate website with in-depth information about our technology and an all new brand design (Go check it out and find all the hidden details!).

Full of excitement we are now looking towards 2021 with an all-digital CES beginning January 11th and many more news, advancements and upcoming products based on pmd’s unique Time-of-Flight technology.

So again, we are taking a deep breath now and then move on: Stay hungry, stay foolish... don’t settle.

All the best for 2021!
Your pmd[team]

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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...

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