3D vision sensor for indoor applications

Sick's 3vistor-T 3D vision sensor 3D-snapshot time-of-flight technology that provides real-time depth information for each pixel and is designed to capture more than 25,000 distance and intensity values in a single shot.

04/29/2016


Sick's 3vistor-T 3D vision sensor 3D-snapshot time-of-flight technology that provides real-time depth information for each pixel and is designed to capture more than 25,000 distance and intensity values in a single shot. Courtesy: SickSick's 3vistor-T 3D vision sensor 3D-snapshot time-of-flight technology is designed to provide real-time depth information for each pixel, even for stationary applications. The output can be either pure 3D raw data or reduced data, depending on the application requirements. The 3vistor-T can record up to 30 3D images per second for distance values of 144 x 176 pixels per snapshot. The 3vistor-T also features a depth reproducibility of 3 and 30 mm at 1 and 7 m distances respectively. The 3vistor-T captures more than 25,000 distance and intensity values in a single shot, which means that no actuator is required. In addition, the 3vistor-T has an IP67-enclosure rating and is resistant to sunlight up to 50 klx. The visualization tool and 3D data output make the 3vistor-T ideal for a variety of applications within intralogistics, robotics, and industrial vehicles.

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