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Stereoscopic camera based on NSC1001 sensor.

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NIT has introduced a stereoscopic camera based upon its global shutter high dynamic range CMOS sensor NSC1001. This unit and its PC-based software deliver 3D images from indoor and outdoor scenes even in very strong lighting conditions.

The 3D reconstruction software benefits from the extreme wide dynamic range response of the NSC1001 (>140dB) and is free of image artefacts created by strong light in the scene. The stereoscopic camera is particularly suited to applications where robust cameras are required, such as robotic, automotive applications and biomedical applications.

Two NSC1001 sensors are mounted on a single PCB and are synchronised so that a single USB pixel stream is output from the camera. NIT provides the kit as a design reference for users who want to build their own stereoscopic application.

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