The front-facing 3D camera and 3D face recognition system break new ground in Mobile authenticationMARTIGNY, Switzerland, June 26, 2017 — (PRNewswire) —
KeyLemon and SoftKinetic today announce a joint demonstration of 3D front-facing camera in Mobile and 3D face recognition technology at Mobile World Congress Shanghai (MWC) on (June 28 - July 1, 2017).
SoftKinetic's front-facing 3D time-of-flight (ToF) camera enables KeyLemon's 3D face recognition technology to authenticate users as easily as taking a selfie. This will be the first ever demonstration at MWC of face recognition that efficiently combines depth, near-infrared and color information, breaking new grounds for mobile authentication.
"3D face recognition has been anticipated on mobile for many years, and the recent reports of 3D mobile cameras moving into mainstream production have only heightened the anticipation" says Gilles Florey, CEO of KeyLemon. "With SoftKinetic's DepthSense® technology, KeyLemon 3D face recognition capability can now be demonstrated under real-life conditions".
This capability has transformative potential for the future of mobile authentication. 3D cameras offer valuable information to map the user's face. 3D face recognition thus promises accurate, secured and user-friendly authentication as 3D cameras penetrate the mobile market. Hence KeyLemon and SoftKinetic collaboration is bound to accelerate the mass adoption of face recognition for mobile authentication.
About the companies:
KeyLemon offers cutting edge, convenient, secure and continuous biometric authentication solutions based on 2D and 3D face recognition. KeyLemon's advanced technology is commercially available via OASIS, a unique client-server and client-only mobile solution for developers and manufacturers across a wide variety of industries. KeyLemon solutions can easily be integrated into any device, system or application to improve accessibility to high valuable services such as mobile and online banking, payments and other transactions. KeyLemon is headquartered in Switzerland with customers worldwide. For more information on KeyLemon please visit http://www.keylemon.com.
SoftKinetic, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony Corporation, is a leader in 3D vision and gesture recognition technologies. The company's DepthSense® 3D CMOS Time-of-Flight sensors and cameras, together with advanced middleware, provide cutting-edge 3D vision capabilities for a wide variety of industries including gaming, AR/VR, PC, mobile and automotive. For more information on SoftKinetic please visit http://www.softkinetic.com.