The "Scenesan Pro "real-time stereo vision system Nerian (Sales Rauscher) can now also evaluate input images with a resolution of up to 6 megapixels. The dedicated image processing system calculates depth information from stereoscopic image data.
The technology for depth perception Stereovision requires no light projection and is thus not disturbed by bright ambient light or long measuring distances. Scenecan Pro uses a powerful FPGA to perform the computationally demanding image processing algorithms. By further optimization of the algorithms, the maximum image resolution of previously 3 could be doubled to now 6 megapixels. This performance enhancement is possible without hardware upgrade, just by using the latest firmware version from the manufacturer.
40 Millionen Pixel bei voller Tiefenwahrnehmung
The vision system can process 40 millions of pixels per second from a stereo camera pair at full depth resolution or up to 60 million pixels at reduced resolution. With a resolution of 6 megapixels a frame rate of 5 fps can be achieved, while with a resolution of 0,3 megapixels 100 fps are possible. This new firmware version has also further improved the accuracy of stereo image processing algorithms, allowing for even more accurate depth measurement.