ArcSoft, the global leader in image-intelligent technologies, today announced that Todd Peters, president North America, will be leading a presentation at the Open Mobile Summit 2013 in San Francisco. On November 13, Peters will outline why imaging technology will change the way humans interact with mobile devices.
Peters, formerly with Microsoft, Intel and Staples, is president, North America of ArcSoft, the software developer whose imaging technology and applications are found in more than one billion mobile phones. The company will be demonstrating some of its latest technologies at booth #1 at Open Mobile Summit in the Parc55 Wyndham Hotel.
Date: Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Time: 2:55 pm.
Title: The Future of Mobile Imaging
Glimpse into imaging technologies on the horizon that will completely change how consumers interact with their mobile devices, including facial recognition and gesture control.
Open Mobile Summit 2013
The Open Mobile Summit 2013 concentrates on the significant crossroads of mobile, internet, media and commerce. The three-day event gathers the industry’s brightest minds, each looking beyond design, towards implementing a fully integrated mobile experience. 'Appcelerate', on the third day, gathers CEOs of the most successful app publishers to share the secrets to their success.
ArcSoft (arcsoft.com) is a global leader in image-intelligent technologies that are driving the visual future. We make embedded software that transcends the physical limitations of hardware devices to help people create amazing digital photos, videos and other visual experiences on many of the world’s most popular mobile phones, tablets, and cameras.
ArcSoft technologies also power a range of incredible applications spanning facial and object recognition, image search and studio-quality image enhancement. In addition, ArcSoft makes a range of photo, video and imaging software applications for consumers and professionals, from fun apps to pro-editing and encoding software.
Our corporate customers and partners include many of the world’s leading OEMs and chip manufacturers, including companies like Samsung, LG, Nokia, Nikon, Olympus, Sony and Qualcomm. ArcSoft software is in more than a billion of the most popular mobile phones, cameras, tablets, and other devices, and in many of the chips that power them.