Etron Technology Unveils Its Latest 3D Depth-Map Camera Controller – eSP870, and 3D Depth-Map Sensing Platform– Eagle Eyes

Enables 3D Gesture / Skeleton Recognition with Both Hand Tracking Control and Full Body Tracking Control

TAIPEI, Taiwan — (BUSINESS WIRE) — May 31, 2013 — Advances in human-machine interfaces is revolutionizing the ways that people interact with machines. At this year’s COMPUTREND Pavilion at Computex Taipei 2013, Etron Technology, Inc. (Taiwan GTSM: 5351) unveils its latest 3D Depth-Map Camera Controller – eSP870 – and its cutting-edge 3D Depth-Map Sensing Platform – Eagle Eyes. Complete with a USB3.0 interface, built-in Depth-Map Engine (DME), and real-time High Speed HD720P 3D video capture support, Etron’s eSP870 and Eagle Eyes Platform enable intensive data computation and immediate post-sensing. They also provide synchronized dual HD video/image capture through a USB3.0 (uncompressed) or USB2.0 (compressed) interface, as well as a MIPI (uncompressed) interface. Uniquely low cost and low power, the Eagle Eyes Platform has a small form factor and is as a cost-effective solution for gesture recognition. The Eagle Eyes Platform, powered by our eSP870 controller, enables system developers and manufacturers to build a wide range of next-generation applications in smart phones, tablets, game consoles, personal computers, notebooks, TVs, and other emerging settings.

Etron’s eSP870 is ideal for running intensive depth-map computing algorithms on the controller itself, thus reserving critical CPU resources for other uses. Etron’s EE 3D Depth-Map Sensing Platform has a built in eSP870 controller and comes equipped with two HD 720P (1280x720) CMOS image sensors. Once the scene is shot by Etron’s EE platform, the depth map is generated by the eSP870, which then outputs the flexible and programmable depth-map image. The depth-map image is then transmitted to the host through a USB3.0 interface for advanced recognition. The EE platform is uniquely low cost, low power, and achieves small form factors. It works smoothly with X86-based systems and ARM-based systems.

Etron has seized the opportunity to deliver its Eagle Eyes (EE) 3D Depth-Map Sensing Platform with advanced capabilities that make it easy for developers to develop, promote, and monetize their cutting-edge gesture-control applications on the market. To experience gesture / skeleton recognition with both hand tracking controls and full-body tracking controls, please visit the Etron booth at #C0217 in Hall 1, Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC), during the Computex exhibition period from Jun 4 to Jun 8.



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