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Lucid's Helios2 Ray camera tackles outdoor lighting

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Lucid Vision Labs has started series production of the new Helios2 Ray outdoor time-of-flight (ToF) camera.

The Helios2 Ray camera is powered by Sony’s DepthSense IMX556PLR ToF image sensor and delivers high performance in challenging outdoor lighting environments.

Equipped with 940nm VCSEL laser diodes, the Helios2 Ray generates real-time 3D point clouds, even in direct sunlight, making it suitable for a wide range of outdoor applications. The Helios2 Ray offers the same IP67 and Factory Tough design as the standard Helios2 camera featuring a 640 x 480 depth resolution at distances of up to 8.3 meters and a frame rate of 30fps.

Lucid’s Arena software development kit integrates user-friendly controls for all Helios2 ToF cameras. The ArenaView GUI enables users to visualise scene intensity and depth in either 2D or 3D point cloud views, offering real-time manipulation and orientation. Additionally, the software facilitates on-the-fly adjustments, including false color overlay and depth range modifications.

The Helios2 Ray HTR003S-001 camera is list priced at $1,495 and is now available to order.


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