The US Patent and Trademark Office recently released documents indicating that the patent has handed over Samsung’s use of the 3D Face Detection Camera for mobile.
Although Apple released last year’s technology through the Face ID system on the iPhone 5, however, the information available suggests that Samsung will file its demand for 3D camera camera s patents in 2014, and how many times It works on this technology.
One of the factors contributing to Samsung’s delay in supplying the technology has been the various Korean technology capabilities that include such things as motion detection, eye tracking, night vision (ability to work in low light conditions), collision time sensor Rays and so on.
As you can see in the picture, Samsung’s 3D Face Detection System adds two new pieces to the front panel of the smartphone, one of which is an infrared light source and the other is a biometric camera. The operation is also simple and the infrared light source ( NIR ) will beam the user’s beam and receive a biometric sensor, a mechanism previously seen on Oppo Find X and the Xiaomi Mi 8.
Meanwhile, the camera on the front of the device is also used to detect eye movements of the user, and detects such things as opening and closing eyes or wearing glasses by the user.
Theoretically, Samsung could use its 3D-based face recognition system on the Galaxy Note 9, but so far there has been no mention of the phablet in this reliable phablet. As a result, Samsung should probably wait for technology in the 2019 flagship (Galaxy S10 family).