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Time-of-flight camera characterization with functional modeling for synthetic scene generation

Staying at the forefront of 3D sensing technology development requires continuous investment and innovation. Microsoft's paper : “Time-of-flight camera characterization with functional modeling for synthetic scene generation”, which was recently published in "Optics express" is a clear demonstration of the depth (pun intended) we go to ...

How Do ToF Based Depth Cameras Improve Our Lives?

This installment of the Azure Depth Platform blog is co-authored by David Chen, Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer at Orbbec and Amit Banjeree, Co-founder & Technical Lead, Azure Depth Platform program. The concept of medical imaging was born in 1895 with the invention of the x-ray by a German professor of physics, Wilhelm ...

DS Smith, provider of sustainable packaging solutions, pilots digital 3D dimensioning to transform logistic operations

DS Smith is a leading provider of sustainable fiber-based packaging that improves transport and storage efficiency, boosts retail presentation and increases product sales for their customers worldwide. Headquartered in London, the company plays a central role in the value chain across sectors including e-commerce, fast moving consumer goods ...

Case Study: dnata digitally transforms air cargo ground operations with Microsoft 3D technology and Azure.

The aviation industry relies heavily on service providers to efficiently transport cargo between locations. Related processes which are part of what is known as ground operations, are poised to experience tremendous growth, according to Boeing’s World Air Cargo Forecast (2020-2039), “Overall, world air cargo traffic will more than double ...

Case Study: Davidovich Group keeps its eyes on inventory with Azure 3D and AI in the cloud.

 Davidovich chooses Microsoft’s 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) technology to capture high-quality, precise 3D data of objects in motion in the company's warehouse to improve inventory management.