PRESS RELEASE: ArcSoft Demonstrates Its Latest Imaging Embedded Solutions at the 2010 Embedded Systems Expo (ESEC) in Japan
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ArcSoft, Inc., a leading provider of innovative multimedia technologies and applications, will be presenting its Embedded Imaging Technologies at the 2010 Embedded Systems Expo (ESEC).
The latest embedded and desktop technologies demonstrated at the three-day show include:
Sim3D™ — ArcSoft’s in-house 2D to 3D technology, transforming 2D photos and movies into 3D
3D-U / Sleek UI — Advanced 3D user interfaces for both high and low profile devices
Flawless Face Technologies — advanced face technologies to help users capture picture-perfect facial images
Pet Detection — automatically detects cats’ and dogs’ faces on capture devices
“ArcSoft is once again demonstrating our latest and best embedded technologies,” said Sean Bi, ArcSoft’s Vice President and General Manager of APAC. “Our technologies cover the whole spectrum of multimedia formats and support across all kinds of platforms. We encourage everyone to stop by and experience them in person!”
Stop by and visit ArcSoft’ booth at East 30-12 to experience these technologies May 12-14, 2010 at the Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo, Japan. For more information on the Camera and Photo Imaging Show, visit http://www.esec.jp/en/. Visit www.arcsoft.com/intouch/esec10 to learn more about ArcSoft’s products.
ArcSoft, Inc. is an industry leading software developer of multimedia technologies and applications across desktop and embedded platforms. Working closely with major OEM manufacturers, ArcSoft offers a full line of imaging and video solutions that enhance the features, performance, and user experience of mobile phones, digital cameras, optical drives, personal computers, and consumer electronics devices. For further details, visit www.arcsoft.com.
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(First posted on Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at 14:02 EDT)