Stereo camera with 3D texture projection

IDS Ensenso N20 stereo camera comes with active texture projection for 3D vision applications.

08/14/2014


IDS Ensenso N20 stereo camera comes with active texture projection for 3D vision applications. Courtesy: IDS.Imaging Development System's (IDS) Ensenso N20 camera is equipped with a gigabit Ethernet interface and two high-resolution 1.3 megapixel global shutter sensors. Building on the Ensenso N10 with USB 2.0, the redesigned N20 provides a wider field of view, capturing volume up to 3 meters from working distance. N20 is built with blue LEDs and high resolution sensors to deliver 3D data with difficult surfaces.

The gigabit Ethernet interface permits cable lengths of up to 100 meters. The camera is powered over Ethernet without the need for additional outlet. Ensenso N20 employs the projected texture stereo vision principle. This works by an integrated projector casting a random point pattern onto the object to be captured, enhancing structures that are not or only faintly visible. N20 measures 175 x 50 x 50 mm with aluminum housing and screw-in connections. N20 is available with different focal lengths and is pre-calibrated for immediate use.

Imaging Development System

www.ids-imaging.com 

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