Featuring a Jetson TX2 embeddedartificial intelligence computing device from NVIDIA, the new VIPER 3D camera from Rubedos is designed for next-generation industrial robots, as well as service robots. VIPER features two 3.4 MPixel, low-light cameras for 3D stereo vision that offer a depth frame rate of up to 40 fps. Other features of the camera include: a 3.6 mm, fixed-focus lens, Ethernet communication, a stereo baseline of 200 mm, ROS and OpenCV integration, 246 x 98 x 35 mm dimensions, and an IP65-rated aluminum housing.
Additionally, object detection and classification tasks are performed onboard with the TX2 module using algorithms specifically designed by Rubedos, thus offloading low- and high-level image processing to the on-board processor and reserving the robot’s main computing resources for robot navigation.
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Headquarters: Kaunas, Lithuania
Product:VIPER 3D camera
Key Features: Two 3.4 MPixel low-light cameras, Jetson TX2 from NVIDIA, fixed-focus lens, ROS and OpenCV integration, on-board processing and proprietary algorithms.
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