Consumer & Mobile

Enabling A New Reality

We’re talking about Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), Mixed Reality (MR), Extended Reality (XR) – and everything in between. It all starts with creating the environment. Mapping it bit by bit – one room, one building at a time.
It’s already happening today. Many mobile devices and head mounted systems are creating a virtual environment using existing 3D sensing technologies, including visible and NIR cameras. These existing 3D sensing solutions in consumer products are allowing us to interact with our environment in ways that we have only imagined until recently. But these systems are limited in their use – mainly to indoor scenes and always short distances. Why? Visible cameras require photons to capture a clear and bright image. In areas with limited lighting, dark rooms, the picture becomes pixelated and blurry. However, at night, when it is pitch black and light is minimal, no picture can be captured. NIR cameras are used to help mitigate these issues, but are limited to less than 5 meters due to dangerous power levels at those wavelengths and suffer from significant atmospheric effects outdoors.

The SWIR Reality

SWIR solves these problems and allows eye-safe operation, indoor and outdoor, to over 10 meters. The innovative, new technology in the SEDAR XR series makes this possible with the optimal combination of sensor, laser, and software. The CMOS-based Raven sensor is the only way to get the performance, cost, and manufacturing scale needed to make the new real.


Glare & Shade Patterns Resilient

Superior vision that sees through glare and shade, enhancing the reliability of face detection and recognition algorithms


Easily detects the use of artificial materials, including 3D masks, disguise artifacts and more

Eye-Safe and Indiscernible

Powerful Short-Wave Infrared illumination that is invisible and completely safe to the human eye


1000 times cheaper compared to current InGaAs-based solutions, fit for mass-market applications

Size, Weight, and Power (SWAP)

Small form factor, light weight, and low power consumption that support flexible system and camera design

Seamless Integration

Integrates with existing ISP and AI algorithms, removing the barrier of training and developing new AI algorithms

Additional Resources


CMOS-Based SWIR Sensing Solutions for Biometrics

While biometrics applications are becoming more pervasive and their expected performance is driven to perfection


How SWIR Sensing Can Advance Your Vision Capabilities

GoPhotonics spoke with TriEye’s CBO, Ziv Livne about the latest advancements in our world-first SWIR technology, the vision challenges we’re addressing, and how the Raven sensor is being leveraged to solve them


Remote Material Sensing Turns the Invisible, Visible

Every material has a unique spectral response defined by its chemical and physical characteristics; that response can be detected by comparing the relative intensities of carefully chosen spectral bands in a process called remote material sensing

Unlock the benefits of cost-effective SWIR sensing with TriEye's Ovi DevKit