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Product Brief
Infineon® 3D Image Sensor
Technology Features
The Infineon 3D Image Sensor IRS10x0C is the most integrated and sophisticated
pmdtechnologies’ ToF pixel
Time-of-Flight (ToF) imager available on the market.
architecture embedding
It embeds a high performance ToF pixel-matrix from pmdtechnologies and is manu­
patented Suppression of
factured in Infineon’s volume-proven CMOS process which enables the integration of
Background Illumination (SBI)
the photo-sensitive area together with mixed signal circuitry into a single chip.
for indoor and outdoor operation
The IRS10x0C brings together all ingredients to establish the Time-of-Flight technology
in high volume consumer applications: smallest form-factor, low system cost, best
sensitivity and contrast even in bright ambient light conditions.
Infineon’s high-volume proven
Highest Integration
CMOS process optimized
On-chip ADCs for full digital readouts via high-speed interfaces
towards infra-red photo-
Integrated control logic for autonomous depth-image acquisition
sensitivity and contrast
Highest Flexibility and Functionality
Fast read-out time thus minimizing motion artifacts
On-the-fly reconfiguration of the chip via I²C
Fully configurable Region-of-Interest (ROI)
On-chip digital binning of pixels
Modulated IR
LVDS or Single Ended
Modulation Driver
3D Scene
Pixel Matrix
A/D Converter
3D Image Data
Reflected IR
or Serial
Product Brief
Infineon® 3D Image Sensor
Touchless Natural User Interface
The IRS10x0C is the perfect 3D image sensor for depth
Finger and hand tracking for air-gesture recognition in
cameras designed for air-gesture recognition. The low-
touchless user interfaces
noise depth data fundamentally simplifies the detection of
–– All-in-One PCs
objects, resulting in lowest latency and highest robustness,
–– Laptops
which are the key factors for the excellent user experience.
–– Set-Top-Boxes
Multiple person finger-, hand- and body-tracking for
gaming applications
Automotive in-car gesture control
Industrial object tracking and surveillance applications
CamBoard pico
The CamBoard pico is the world’s smallest 3D camera reference design available today. Designed around the IRS1010C, its
extremely small form factor demonstrates the integration of ToF cameras into stylish All-in-One PCs and notebooks.
Product Features
CamBoard pico 70.19k
Lateral resolution
QQVGA (160 x 120 px)
Depth resolution
< 4mm @ 70cm (75% reflectivity)
Module dimensions
85 x 17 x 8 mm³
USB 2.0
Power consumption
Max. 2.5W (USB 2.0)
Measurement range
Max. 100 cm
Field of view
90° horizontal
C/C++/Matlab SDK
Strong System Partner Network
The partnership between pmdtechnologies and Infineon is completed by a network of third party companies offering gesture
detection middleware, optical components, LEDs and laser, USB bridges and more.
Product Variants
Sales Name
Ordering Code
QQVGA(160 x 120 pixel)
Bare die
Bare die
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85579 Neubiberg, Germany
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Order Number: B142-H9770-G1-X-7600
Date: 05 / 2013
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