IR takes on time of flight for contactless gesture sensing: Page 2 of 2

September 25, 2020 // By Nick Flaherty
A new infrared LED sensor array is enabling gesture control for touch-free interfaces at a fraction of the cost of Time of Flight technology
A new infrared LED sensor array is enabling gesture control for touch-free interfaces at a fraction of the cost of Time of Flight technology

“Maxim Integrated’s MAX25205 is a game changer for the automotive industry,” said Szu-Kang Hsien, executive business manager for Automotive Business Unit at Maxim Integrated. “By offering the most dynamic gesture control for automotive applications at the lowest cost, automakers can avoid the prohibitive costs of time-of-flight camera solutions and offer gesture sensing in more car models.”

However the evaluation kit is only available under a non-disclosure agreement, which perhaps shows how Maxim sees the technology. 

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