Omega stereo-sensor head

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French firm Arcure has released an autonomous stereo-sensor head for industrial 3D vision use called Omega. The camera’s key features include high resolution disparity mapping, vast API compatibilities (ROS, PCLs, ARMhf, etc.) and its robustness. It is reliable in harsh environments.

The stereoscopic sensor head provides: High resolution black and white or colour raw images; disparity map; distance map; rectified images; metadata including exposure time, gain factor, calibration matrix/LUT, and focal length; and the possibility to adapt to use an FPGA.

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