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Three-dimensional (3D) technology is a significant scientific advance. It is a depth-sensing technology that works with cameras to improve facial and object identification.
The technique of recording a real-world object’s length, breadth, and height with greater clarity and detail than is possible with a variety of various technologies. 3D technology provides novel breakthroughs in how everyday tasks are seen and addressed.
As manufacturers strive to implement these new breakthroughs into consumer items such as mobile phones, 3D is a true game-changer.
3D sensing technology uses optical technology to mirror the human visual system, facilitating the rise and integration of augmented reality, AI (Artificial Intelligence), and the Internet of Things (IoT). This opens up new possibilities in consumer applications.
The India 3D Sensor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Apple’s augmented reality headset will allegedly have more sophisticated 3D sensors.
These sensors are reported to be more sophisticated than the ones used for Face ID in the iPhone and iPad. Furthermore, Apple’s augmented reality glasses will allegedly have a novel gesture and motion detection mechanism.
The 3D sensors are believed to have a larger field-of-view (FOV), which improves object identification. Apple’s initial generation of AR headsets is expected to weigh approximately 350 grams.
Notable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo stated in an investor note seen by 9to5Mac that the Apple AR headset will be equipped with more powerful 3D sensors than the current sensors used for Face ID on iPhone and iPad models.
The AR headset is said to include four 3D sensors, allowing it to catch movements and objects more precisely than the existing TrueDepth camera.
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