The PhaseSpace VISION camera system offers high-resolution, high-speed video in a package that is both portable and affordable.
Advantages of the Vision System
Operate multiple cameras at different resolutions and framerates from a single client with an intuitive user interface
Individual storage of image frames as brief as 20 microseconds maximizes performance of image processing and computer vision algorithms
Create custom applications and tools with the Vision API/SDK
Data can be sent to open-source applications, such as FFMPEG, for conversion to standard video formats
OpenCV supports the processing of VISION camera data
Multi-Camera Calibration for 3D Scanning
Differencing Between Frames
Digital Schlieren Imaging
VISION SYSTEM SUMMARY
Scalable system of PhaseSpace VISION cameras
Server machine (Power over Ethernet hub optional)
Client software for operating multiple cameras from a single computer
API/SDK for custom development of tools and applications
4.2 megapixel resolution, for recording 2048 x 2048 pixel resolution video at 100 frames per second
10-bit dynamic range, downsampled to 8-bit for maximum framerate
Region of interest selectable down to 64 x 64 pixels with adjustable x and y position, for recording up to 3000 frames per second
The VISION camera system has some of the most sophisticated and advanced hardware available. All of this technology was designed to make capturing high-resolution, high-speed video easier and more reliable. PhaseSpace has taken much of the hard work away from the user and packed it into the hardware and software. The entire system consists of only a few robust, portable elements.
Dimensions: 54 mm x 105 mm x 127 mm ( 2.13" x 4.13" x 5.00")
Weight: 530 grams (18.7 ounces)
Each camera is 4.2 megapixels with 10-bit dynamic range. The cameras are connected to the server by Ethernet cables, allowing fast transport of high-resolution images to the client machine.
Dimensions: 102 mm x 205 mm x 172 mm (4.00" x 8.06" x 6.75")
Weight: 1.6 kg (56.0 ounces)
The pan-tilt version of the Vision camera possesses all the same functionality as the standard version, attached to a motorized pan-tilt mount. Users can control the pan, tilt, focus, and aperture of the camera using the Vision client software.