Official Website Renewal
We are pleased to announce the renewal of our website. With this renewal, the overall design and layout of the website have been switched. To improve the user interface and us […]
Dr. Shoji Kawahito Won the Tanba Takayanagi Prize Meritorious Contribution Award
Professor Dr. Shoji Kawahito of Shizuoka University, our founding member of Brookman Technology, Inc. and the current CTO, chairman of the board, won the Tanba Takayanagi Priz […]
Responding to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) @2nd
We had decided the suspension of Tokyo and Osaka satellite offices has been extended until the end of May and all their staff keeps teleworking at home. Moreover, although the […]
2020.11.11 A new video of a comparison experiment to introduce our iToF sensing technology
2020.10.28 [ToF Sensing Demo] Touchless Control UI App by using Brookman’s ToF sensor (Ver.2)
2020.09.08 [ToF Sensing Demo] Touchless Control UI App by using Brookman’s ToF sensor
2020.08.04 [ToF Sensing Demo] Finger Gesture Demonstration using Brookman’s CMOS-ToF depth sensor
The World's First 8K/120p/14bit UHDTV imaging
Low light imaging with FHD, 2/3 Type optical size
Capture the moment "Clearly" and "easily"
Bring you to the ultra-high speed world!
The QVGA pixels for fast 3D ranging systems
(Under Development) VGA pixel array model
Touchless control UI by BT008D Sensor
As an example of a useful application using the CMOS-ToF depth sensor BT008D, we have created a demonstration of a touchless control UI application using the BEM80T evaluation module. Brookman's proprietary iToF depth sensing technology enables instantaneous recognition of finger movements. In the new normal world against COVID-19, people want to get many kinds of touch control UI devices to be contactless. As a key sensing device for the new era, we also have been getting involved in depth image sensors for 3D sensing. With our ToF evaluation camera kit and its API for application development, it is able to develop not only a touchless control UI but also various applications.
3D Depth Sensing Technology Introduction