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ICT 2010

3D Gesture: 3D Gesture Control CMOS sensors

This is a stand in the Belgian National Pavilion, located in Zone B: Belgium National Pavillion. Stand number: B01 - days 1 and 3

Optrima designs and produces 3D time-of-flight (TOF) sensors which provide real-time depth images for use in 3D cameras.

These 3D sensors – complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) native 3D time-of-flight (TOF) sensors, to be precise – are used in 3D cameras for gesture control applications in gaming, TV, PC and industrial/automotive applications. Optrima, a spin-off of the electronics and informatics department at the VUB (Brussels Free University), was founded in April 2009 after seven years of fundamental and applied research. The company has been granted a number of patents in the CMOS 3D time-of-flight (TOF) sensor and imager technologies sector, and is now a leading provider of hardware solutions for 3D gesture recognition.

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Coordinator: Miodezky ANDRE (Optrima, Management, Belgium)

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