3Proprietary Imaging Sensor Based on Time-of-Flight Technology
4Slim and Compact Design
5Operating Ambient Illumination
7Entertainment and gaming
The EKL3106 D-IMager 3D Image Sensor from Panasonic uses CCD along with near-infrared LEDs to sense human gestures and track full body motion allowing users a fully interactive experience. Applications include digital signage, audience measurement, security, medical, shape detection, and anti-tailgating. This image sensor features Time-of-Flight technology.
Proprietary Imaging Sensor Based on Time-of-Flight Technology
D-IMager uses a proprietary CCD along with near-infrared LEDs to sense human gestures and track full body motion allowing users a fully interactive experience. Applications include digital signage, audience measurement, security, medical, shape detection, and anti-tailgating.
Slim and Compact Design
An ergonomic design integrates well with most display systems.
Operating Ambient Illumination
100,000 lux maximum
Entertainment and gaming
The D-IMager outputs three-dimensional information in real-time giving games the ability to become more immersive by allowing for control through a players' gestures or movements. It has a large horizontal 60° field of view and up to 30fps output.
The D-IMager collects spatial (depth) information. This data can be used to control large screens without using touch panels or other cumbersome interfaces. The D-IMager enables signage to be interactive and more game-like or screen animation (i.e., augmented reality) in response to people moving in front of the screen.
The D-IMager is capable of capturing hand-gestures, which could be used to change channels/slides and raise/lower volume among other functions for televisions, computers, and stereos.
The D-IMager can also recognize shapes, making it possible to detect the difference or grouping of people. For example, building entrance security can be improved by implementing anti-tailgating and intrusion software that uses the D-IMager's detection data.
Panasonic EKL3106 Specs
15, 20, 25, and 30 fps
(Default: 30 fps)
Field of View
H x V: 60 x 44° approximately
H x V: 160 x 120p
3.9 to 16.4' (1.2 to 5.0 m)
(Ambient Illumination : 0 lux)
4.9 to 16.4' (1.5 to 5.0 m)
(Ambient Illumination : 100,000 lux)