Elliptic Labs offers ultrasonic technology for proximity sensor

Jan

20

2016

The company Elliptic Labs launched the latest technology reached which allows sensitive proximity to work in smart phones depending on the ultrasound, and the company has had to attract a lot of attention during the exhibition consumer electronics CES a few years ago when some gestures showed three-dimensional working according to the basis of microwave technology ultrasound.

And allow those Alaamat users to navigate through applications and control run and stop the music and answer and close calls through their hands movement, but the company has not seen widespread adoption of such technology, the play is now launching a program of new technology with the same principles may be more receptive to the users.

The new program seeks to avoid the use of sensitive proximity infrared and so by sending small waves of sound from the phone and listen to the implications of microphones located under the phone, the company has the ability to detect when to raise the user phone to answer a call and do dims display interface properly to make the call .

Blackout screen feature is appropriately in order to deal with the phone and disable function Touch one of the most basic and essential features of modern smartphones glass-covered and which require work at the present time unit infrared which is difficult to disguise.

And provide Elliptic Labs company promises about the solutions are considered parallel to or better than X-Solutions infrared terms of accuracy and response time when identification of the user’s head, also points out that there will be an increase in energy consumption, with a reduction in the cost and complexity of the manufacturing process which The company that will be difficult to mention the opportunity to attract hardware partners to integrate its technology with them.

The process of running the program on a smart phone devices that are not considered today as simple as that, where that process needs to be some integration, but the company expects to launch smart devices this year contains a sensor near works by ultrasonic wave technology their own.

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