Intelligent camera uses Linux-based OS

DECEMBER 24, 2008--LeanXcam is an intelligent color camera that combines a CMOS sensor, 500-MHz Blackfin ADSP-BF537 digital signal processor, tailored Linux-based operating system, and OSCAR image-processing framework.

Dec 24th, 2008

DECEMBER 24, 2008--LeanXcam is an intelligent color camera that combines a CMOS sensor, 500-MHz Blackfin ADSP-BF537 digital signal processor, tailored Linux-based operating system, and OSCAR image-processing framework. Memory includes 54-Mbyte internal SDRAM and 2 x 4 Mbyte flash; microSD cards up to 2 Gbytes are optional. Resolutions is Wide-VGA 752(H) x 480(V), 10 bits/pixel; at full resolution frame rate is 60 frames/s. Communications are performed via Ethernet connection and digital I/Os. Development environment, schematics layout, and entire framework are distributed under open-source license and therefore free of charge.
Supercomputing Systems
Zurich, Switzerland
www.leanxcam.ch

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leanXcam is an intelligent colour camera with a rich set of features that provides an impressive performance, in spite of its low production cost. The smart combination
of a well-established sensor chip, a fast digital signal processor, a tailored Linux-based operation system and the image processing framework from SCSVision makes the leanXcam an incomparable achievement in the field of Vision. Communication with the surrounding is ensured by Ethernet connection and digital I/Os. The development environment, schematics layout, as well as the entire framework is distributed under open-source license and hence free of charge.

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