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UVC reference design with dual Sony sensors

UVC reference design with dual Sony sensors
  Embedded camera company specialising in the development of advanced camera solutions, e-con Systems, a Cypress Design Partner, has announced the launch of Tania, an USB3.1 Gen1(5Gb/Sec) UVC reference design kit with dual camera, along with the Cypress Semiconductor and Socionext.
13th October 2017

Camera features SONY Pregius CMOS global shutter sensors

Camera features SONY Pregius CMOS global shutter sensors
Electronics manufacturer, SMARTEK Vision is launching six new models of its twentynine camera series with the latest SONY Pregius 9 Megapixel and 12 Megapixel CMOS Global Shutter image sensors. The new twentynine cameras feature the SONY IMX253, IMX255, IMX267 and IMX304 sensors, and combine high resolution with the benefits of the 2nd-gen SONY Pregius technology in a small form factor.
27th September 2017

The new Vertex camera unveiled at Siggraph 2017

The new Vertex camera unveiled at Siggraph 2017
The availability of a new camera, the Vertex has been released by motion capture technology specialist, Vicon. Integrating seamlessly with Vicon’s existing cameras ranges Vantage and Vero, the new camera is compact, lightweight and easily mounted – making it suitable for tracking in small and complex environments.
1st August 2017


Free clamp meter with every infrared camera

Free clamp meter with every infrared camera
The ability to receive and correlate measurement data from similarly WiFi enabled meters is a benefit of the FLIR Ex-Series point-and-shoot thermal imaging cameras. Until the end of September 2017, anyone buying a FLIR E6 or E8 camera will be able to experience this functionality for free.  For this limited period, every FLIR E6 or E8 ordered will come complete with a FLIR CM4x clamp meter. The FLIR Ex-Series infrared cameras are powerful and cost-effective tools for electrical and mechanical thermal inspection.
1st August 2017

Dark energy camera aims for the cosmic dawn

Dark energy camera aims for the cosmic dawn
Arizona State University astronomers Sangeeta Malhotra and James Rhoads, working with international teams in Chile and China, have discovered 23 young galaxies, seen as they were 800 million years after the Big Bang. The results from this sample have been recently published in the Astrophysical Journal. Long ago, about 300,000 years after the beginning of the universe (the Big Bang), the universe was dark.
27th July 2017

Thermal imaging camera helps cut test times

Thermal imaging camera helps cut test times
Designed for quick temperature checks on printed circuit boards and other small electronics the FLIR ETS320 Thermal Imaging camera is available at distributor Farnell element14. It can be used in the laboratory, for accurate quality assurance and factory acceptance testing. Heat can be an important factor in understanding how a system is functioning and the camera provides non-contact thermal measurement through a combination of a high sensitively infrared camera with an integrated stand for hands-free measurement.
26th July 2017

Embedded PC integrates industrial cameras

Embedded PC integrates industrial cameras
The BOXER-6839 is AAEON’s latest offering in a series of embedded PCs for vision systems, which is now available from Display Solutions. With a specially designed interface that supports PCIe x4, the BOXER-6839 seamlessly integrates various industrial cameras such as GigaLAN, PoE, USB 3.0, CameraLink and CoaXpress.
24th July 2017

Camera could improve robot vision and virtual reality

Camera could improve robot vision and virtual reality
A new camera that builds on technology first described by Stanford researchers more than 20 years ago could generate the kind of information-rich images that robots need to navigate the world. This camera, which generates a four dimensional image, can also capture nearly 140 degrees of information. “We want to consider what would be the right camera for a robot that drives or delivers packages by air".
21st July 2017

Software supports 3D laser triangulation sensor

Software supports 3D laser triangulation sensor
It has been announced that the EyeVision software now supports the 3D laser triangulation sensor by QuellTech. The laser scanner products are especially made for the capture of 2D height profiles of objects or also for the capture of 3D point clouds, when the sensor is moved over the object. The EyeVision 3D software is offered in two versions. Firstly, the EyeVision 3D Profile for the evaluation and measurement of 2D height profiles and for the applications such as weld seam inspection, gap inspection, profile measurement, thickness inspection and fill height inspection.
20th July 2017

EyeVision software now supports 3D camera

EyeVision software now supports 3D camera
The EyeVision software now supports the Photonfocus 3D camera. Therefore new and various possibilities for the use of the EyeVision 3D software are now available. The laser line detection algorithm of the Photonfocus 3D camera is able to compute the peak position of a laser line with sub-pixel accuracy. Thus, the height profile of an object gets computed within the camera, making additional calculations in the PC needless.
14th July 2017


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