At the Shanghai MWC exhibition last month, Vivo showed the engineering prototype of the world’s first somatosensory mobile phone. Users only need to cast their mobile phones to the TV to play the game on the big screen of the TV. According to Mydrivers news, this somatosensory game business model is expected to be officially released this year.
The 3D somatosensory algorithm technology of the Vivo sense game mobile phone captures the user skeleton information in real time through the 3D depth camera, transmits the user’s limb motion to the mobile phone, and then transmits the human body image to the TV screen through the skeleton recognition algorithm, and real-time Avatar. Along with the virtual characters in the game scene and variety of cool somatosensory games.
This technology combines the computing power of the mobile phone with the somatosensory interaction ability with the large-screen projection function and stereo effect of the TV. Users don’t have to stick to the tinyness of the mobile phone screen and the single TV function while enjoying the fun mobile game content.
Vivo’s 3D somatosensory algorithm technology comes from Huajie Amy, a Chinese company deals in AR human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence. Somatosensory games are one of the applications of 3D somatosensory technology and a part of the Huajie Amy 3D MR technology. Based on 3D somatosensory interaction, 3D measurement, 3D SLAM and other technologies.
They also gradually applying 3D vision technology to a wider range of life scenes, such as face payment in new retail areas, smart fitting mirrors, AR shopping guides, etc.; AR TV, AR projection, AR in smart home field Set-top boxes, etc.; warehouses in the field of intelligent logistics – volume packaging recommendations, cargo volume measurement, etc.; MR mobile phones, MR glasses, MR PAD, etc. in the field of consumer electronics.
In the first half of the year, it launched the Vivo X21 fingerprint recognition mobile phone and the Vivo NEX of the front-mounted lifting lens design.