New company Lucid Vision will make its first appearance at SPIE Photonics West this year, and will showcase its Triton and Phoenix machine vision cameras. The Phoenix is a 24 x 24 mm transformable GigE camera series available with 0.4, 1.6, 3.2, and 5 MPixel CMOS image sensors from Sony that uses a four-board design that can be unfolded to create a micro-compact and light weight form factor for ease of integration. The Triton series is an IP67 GigE camera series available with 3.2 and 5 MPixel CMOS image sensors from Sony that measures only 29 x 29 mm and features a threaded outer lens barrel for fitting an IP67 lens tube.
Also on display will be the company’s Arena SDK, which provides API access to a variety of camera feature sets. Visitors at the Lucid booth will be able to try out and play with the ArenaView GUI. Based on the GenICam standard, ArenaView allows users to access and validate camera features through the GenICam XML based feature tree. The SDK supports Lucid’s GigE Vision cameras on both Windows and Linux platforms.
SPIE Photonics West 2018 booth number: 4411
To Learn More:
Contact: Lucid Vision Labs
Headquarters: Richmond, BC, Canada
Product: Triton and Phoenix machine vision cameras, Arena SDK
Key Features: Transformable GigE cameras with .4, 1.6, 3.2, and 5 MPixel CMOS image sensors from Sony (Phoenix), IP67 GigE camera series available with 3.2 and 5 MPixel CMOS image sensors from Sony (Triton).
What Lucid Vision says:
View more information on the Phoenix cameras.
View more information on the Triton cameras.
View more information on the Arena SDK.
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