3D camera features neural network accelerated laser-based pattern projection

Sept. 13, 2021
The NN enables reliable mapping of captured pattern points.

The ultra-compact Ensenso S10 3D camera uses a narrow-band infrared laser projector to create a high-contrast dot pattern. Laser point triangulation is accelerated by a neural network to enable reliable mapping of captured pattern points to hard-coded positions of the projection. A 1.6 MPixel Sony image sensor captures 3D image data.

At full projector power, the camera achieves up to 20 point clouds per second and at object distances of 50 cm, maximum deviation is 0.6 mm. The camera has a 60° FOV and working range of 0.5 to 3 m. It is encased in a zinc die-cast housing with IP65/67 protection.


To Learn More:

Contact: IDS Imaging Development Systems
Headquarters: Obersulm, Germany
Product: Ensenso S10 camera
Key Features: 1.6 MPixel Sony image sensor, narrow-band infrared laser projector with neural network accelerated mapping, 60° FOV, working range of 0.5 to 3 m.

What IDS Imaging Development Systems says:
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