3D recognition technology

Speed and accuracy

Artec’s biometric solutions effectively employ a combination of breakthrough surface reconstruction algorithms and proprietary hardware, which makes it possible to produce accurate 3D scans of objects with arbitrary topology.

it works

The technology of constructing a three-dimensional image of a human face uses projection of a structured light pattern, known as a grid, on the scanned surface at a parallax angle.

By analyzing the grid distortion caused by the geometry of the face Artec’s software calculates the precise coordinates of each point in three dimensions.

These points form the basis for a triangulated surface that can be further translated into any of the commonly used 3D formats.

In order to verify the person’s identity, the system compares the model of their face acquired in real time to the reference model obtained during registration.

As the texture camera is synchronized with a wide-field-of-view 3D camera, you can simultaneously capture both the texture and shape of the face, thus getting a full-color 3D image.

Scans can be viewed as snapshot 3D portraits and also in video mode.

Where is it applied

The unique mathematical algorithms in Artec’s biometric systems ensure high accuracy, reliability and ease of use, making Artec 3D recognition products the preferred solution for identifying staff members in large companies and organizations.

Thanks to its flexibility, Artec’s technology can be used on standalone, handheld and mobile platforms. You can install Artec biometric recognition systems and applications at the entrances to office buildings and on corporate computers.

Devices incorporating Artec technology can be integrated into complex 3D systems with a view to developing customized 3D recognition solutions.

As of today, Artec has filed
four patent applications in the United States
and two in Russia.

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