Snapshot micropolarizer cameras from 4D Technology to be shown at The Vision Show 2018

A new line of PolarCam snapshot micropolarizer cameras from 4D Technology Corporation will be on display at The Vision Show 2018 in Boston.

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A new line of PolarCam snapshot micropolarizer cameras from 4D Technology Corporation will be on display at The Vision Show 2018 in Boston. Targeting applications including industrial monitoring, stress and strain characterization, 3D reconstruction, medical imaging, and autonomous vehicle vision, the cameras simultaneously capture four polarization states in each video frame, enabling a range of image enhancement techniques and polarimetric measurements.

The cameras are available in four models: G1 (GigE, 1 MPixel CMOS sensor, 42 fps) G2 (GigE, 2 MPixel CMOS sensor, 42 fps), U2 (USB3, 2 MPixel, 164 fps), and U4 (USB3, 3.8 MPixel CMOS sensor, 14 fps). Customizable regions of interest enable users to process a subset of the acquired pixels, resulting in frame rates in the kilohertz range. Additionally, PolarView software provides real-time display and calculation of key polarization parameters, including degree and angle of linear polarization, S0, S1 and S2 Stokes parameters, and an enhanced polarization image.

The Vision Show 2018 booth number: 1103

To Learn More:

Contact: 4D Technology Corporation
Headquarters
: Tucson, AZ, USA
Product:
PolarCam snapshot micropolarizer cameras
Key Features:
Micropolarizer array bonded directly to the sensor, captures four polarization states in each video frame, CMOS image sensors from 1 MPixel to 3.8 MPixel, up to 164 fps.

What 4D Technology says:
View more information on the cameras.

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