Vision Components has launched an embedded vision system for 3D and dual-camera applications. Based on the VC Power SoM image processing module with an onboard open-source FPGA, the system preprocesses large data volumes in real time and transfers the results in the MIPI data stream to a higher-level CPU. Other features include stereo image processing with synchronized triggering and optional disparity matching and a selection of MIPI modules. The system also has ready-made FPGA designs for applications like object recognition and 3D point cloud generation. Engineers and integrators can use multiple sensors, such as those in the visible and SWIR spectrum. The prototype VC Stereo Cam for 3D vision integrates two Sony Pregius IMX296 global shutter image sensors. Vision Components says the system is suitable for a wide range of OEM projects such as counting people, measuring volume, or other complex real-time calculations.
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Contact: Vision Components
Headquarters: Ettlingen, Germany
Product:VC Stereo Cam
Key Features: Stereo image processing with synchronized triggering and optional disparity matching, Range of MIPI modules, Sony Pregius IMX296 global shutter image sensors
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