IT House News on September 25, Samsung may be developing a face recognition system under the screen, including two under -screen cameras.
Samsung submitted a patent application to Kipris (Korean Intellectual Property Information Service) in March 2021. The document was released last week and was included by a Dutch publication.
The patent introduction says that the method obtains multiple images of users from two angles to better build a facial 3D model and use it for authentication. However, Samsung specifically mentioned the use of under -screen cameras.
The IT House learned that so far, Samsung has only tested the under -screen camera on its Galaxy Z Fold product line without being more widely equipped.
From a patent point of view, a camera may need to be placed near the bottom of the mobile phone, near the position of the fingerprint under the screen, and may even combine the two into a optical module.
In addition, the patent is mentioned in the patent size. The size of the pupils of human beings will change according to the conditions of lighting. It is expected to be used as an additional safety measures to prevent the use of photos or masks to deceive face recognition.