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Artilux, the pioneer of wide spectrum 3D sensing technology based on GeSi photonics, announced today the world’s first single-chip CMOS-based GeSi imager for a compact dual-mode (2D/3D) SWIR (Shortwave Infrared) sensing & imaging system. The high-resolution GeSi imager is fabricated at TSMC 12-inch CMOS production line, and is ready for commercialization at scale, enabling an ever-growing ecosystem to mark the beginning of SWIR sensing and imaging for consumer markets.
Artilux, an innovator in photonics and electronics technology, is unveiling its Connect Series, the world's first fully compliant all optical HDMI 2.1 IC solutions based on CMOS technology. The data transfer speed, handshakes and protocols are compliant from 1.4 all the way to 2.1. with HDP, DDC, HDCP, CEC, and ARC/eARC all enabled in the speed of light.
OmniVision, an industry leading developer of high performance CMOS image sensor solutions, and Artilux, the pioneer of wide spectrum 3D sensing technology based on GeSi photonics, jointly announced their execution of a formal letter of intent to collaborate in the field of CMOS image sensors and GeSi based 3D sensors, after a series of evaluation and analysis.
At CES 2020, Artilux, an innovator in photonics and electronics technology, will be unveiling its Explore Series, the world's first wide spectrum 3D ToF (time-of-flight) sensor based on GeSi (germanium-on-silicon) photonic innovation. Operating at longer NIR (near infrared) wavelengths, the sensor can be used in the area of the spectrum that is more than 10 times safer than the currently-used 940nm wavelength, as well as improving sensing accuracy and performance under sunlight.
Artilux, an innovator in optical and electronics technology, announces its new Artilux Explore Series for wide spectrum 3D sensing. By operating at longer wavelength light than conventional solutions, the new Explore Series delivers exceptional accuracy, reduces the risk of eye damage and minimizes sunlight interference, enabling a consistent outdoor-indoor user experience. The breakthrough is based on a new GeSi technology platform developed by Artilux in cooperation with TSMC.