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Sony to demo 3D face biometric running on an Xperia smartphone

If smartphone hardware rumors are on the money, and they are usually at least in the ballpark (with the exception of transparent, bendable phones; apparently forever doomed to be mocked up in Photosh

Google’s Project Tango Includes Tech Apple-Acquired 3D Imaging Company PrimeSense

If you want a hint of what might be on the horizon at Apple, look to Google – or at least look to its Project Tango experimental 3D depth-sensing smartphone. Tango got a teardown just the other day,

Apple, PrimeSense And Perceptive Computing Or: Why Your Phone Will See In 3D

Last month Apple confirmed the acquisition of Israeli motion-sensing company PrimeSense. Initial thoughts turned towards applications in the Apple TV set-top box, but other reports that Apple was inte

Done Deal: Apple Confirms It Acquired Israeli 3D Sensor Company PrimeSense

Well, it's about time. After months of speculation and persistent rumors, Apple today confirmed that it indeed acquired Israeli 3D sensor company Primesense, as first reported by <a target="_blank" hr

Apple Reportedly Close To Buying 3D Sensor Maker PrimeSense For $345M, But No Deal Yet

It looks like another Israeli startup is getting to another sizable exit. This time it’s 3D sensor manufacturer, PrimeSense, which is perhaps best known for producing (and licensing) the gesture

Gesture In The Picture, As Intel Picks Up Omek But PrimeSense Dismisses Apple Acquisition Rumors

Yet more exits for Israeli startups, with the latest two developments a throwback to the hardware and engineering muscle that raised the tech profile of the region in the first place, before the <a hr

PrimeSense Demos A Gesture-Based Next-Gen TV Interface

We've all seen the Kinect, or at least heard about <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/10/31/kinect-sdk-launches-in-early-2012-we-peer-at-past-hacks/">its wonders</a>. Well, the same company tha

PrimeSense Positioning Itself For Integration With Next-Gen TVs

The great smartening of the idiot box continues. It was several years ago that we started seeing the first internet-connected TVs, and since then TV makers have been adding more and more slightly usef

Virtual Worlds Are So Hot Right Now: $345 Million Invested So Far This Year

I feel like today is Virtual World Day. We started off the morning covering the public beta launch of Vivaty, then Second Life and IBM announced that they bridged two virtual worlds, and Google launch

PrimeSense could add 3D vision to consoles

Imagine the Wii with 3D vision. The console would understand if you were behind an object and images would move accordingly and you could reach out with your hand to “touch” items on the s

PrimeSense Raises $20M, Offers Immersive 3D Gaming Rigs

Imagine the Wii with 3D vision. The console would understand if you were behind an object and images would move accordingly and you could reach out with your hand to “touch” items on the s