LUCID Vision Labs launches Helios Time of Flight camera
The Helios features the Sony DepthSense IMX556PLR back-illuminated image sensor.
LUCID Vision Labs has announced that its Helios Time of Flight (ToF) camera has now entered production. The Helios features the Sony DepthSense IMX556PLR back-illuminated image sensor, delivering 640 x 480 depth resolution, at a 6 m working distance, using four 850 nm VCSEL laser diodes. On-camera processing provides data on range, intensity, and confidence.
The Arena SDK from LUCID incorporates controls designed specifically for the Helios camera, including an ArenaView GUI that displays intensity and depth in 2D or 3D point cloud views, and false color overlay and depth range settings, all of which can be adjusted and seen in real-time.
The new camera also features an M12 Ethernet connector, supports up to 100 m cable length, and confirms to GigE Vision 2.0 and GenICam3 standards.
To Learn More:
Contact: LUCID Vision Labs
Headquarters: Richmond, BC, Canada
Product: Helios Time of Flight camera
Key Features: Sony IMX556PLR, 640 x 480 depth resolution, M12 Ethernet connector, supports 100 m cable length.
What LUCID Vision Labs says: View more information on the Helios Time of Flight camera.
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