Point Grey to showcase Ladybug5 spherical imaging camera and more at SPIE DSS 2014

April 8, 2014
Point Grey will have a live demonstration of its 360° Ladybug5 spherical imaging camera system—which features six CCD image sensors— at SPIE DSS 2014 from May 5-9 in Baltimore, MD.
 

Point Grey will have a live demonstration of its 360° Ladybug5 spherical imaging camera system—which features six CCD image sensors— at SPIE DSS 2014 from May 5-9 in Baltimore, MD. Ladybug5 cameras feature a 5 Gbit/s USB 3.0 interface and 5 MPixel Sony CCD global shutter image sensors. The cameras stream 30 MPixel, 12-bit panoramic video in real-time and capture 90% of the sphere with its sensors. Point Grey will also showcase its Cricket IP security cameras, which feature Sony Exmore CMOS image sensors and support multi-streaming, MJPEG and H.264, and Power over Ethernet. In addition, Point Grey will showcase its Blackfly GigE cameras and its Grasshopper 3 USB 3.0 cameras, which are available in both CCD and CMOS image sensor models.

SPIE DSS 2014 booth number: 330

To Learn More:

Contact:Point Grey
Headquarters: Richmond, BC, Canada
Products:
Ladybug5, Cricket, Blackfly, Grasshopper3
Key Features:
30 MPixel, a 5 Gbit/s USB 3.0 interface, Sony CCD sensors (Ladybug5), Sony global shutter CMOS, 162 fps (Grasshopper3), Power over Ethernet, 0.5 MPixel to 5 Mpixel, CCD/CMOS sensors (Blackfly), Sony Exmore CMOS image sensors, 720p/1.3 MPixel and 1080p/2 MPixel models, 60 fps frame rate, (Cricket).

What Point Grey says:
View more information on Ladybug5 cameras.
View more information on Cricket IP cameras.
View more information on Blackfly cameras.
View more information on Grasshopper3 cameras.

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