Technology day explores benefits of 3D vision

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Multipix Imaging held a Technology Day recently in Oxford recently highlighting the capabilities and benefits of the latest 3D vision technologies.

As advances in 3D vision reach new heights, systems integrators, OEMs and end users are clearly eager to learn more. All seats where taken as MVTec, the software developers, showed how easily and simply Halcon 9.0 image processing software produces 3D solutions. Utilising these latest tools can add a new dimensions to applications that where simply not possible before.

MVTec successfully programmed within Halcon's HDevelop throughout their presentations, allowing delegates to witness the powerful development environment offered as part of the Halcon software package. Tried and tested, Halcon 9.0 provides an extensive library of more than 1,300 operators with outstanding performance for blob analysis, morphology, pattern matching, measuring, 3D object recognition, and binocular stereo vision, to name just a few.

Julie Busby, head of sales at MultiPix Imaging, stated: 'The day was a great success, attended by many companies, all with a desire to learn more about the latest developments in machine vision technology. I am very pleased that Multipix Imaging continues to lead the way in customer education and support, which was clearly valued by all attendees.'

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