PGR's August Events
Don't forget to visit PGR this August at the following events:
SIGGRAPH 2006 - the
33rd International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics
and Interactive Techniques will be held in Boston, MA from
August 1-3. Stop by PGR's Booth #928 and experience firsthand
the new Ladybug2
spherical camera and Bumblebee®2
stereo vision camera. Be sure to pick up your free copy of
the latest Ladybug2 Demo DVD.
NIWeek - the 12th Annual Worldwide Virtual Instrumentation Conference
and Exhibition will be in Austin, TX from August 8-10. PGR
will be located in Booth #430 demonstrating its IEEE-1394
cameras including the new Flea®2 and Firefly® MV.
ICPR 2006 - the 18th International Conference on Pattern Recognition will be held in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center from August 20th to 24th. Stop by PGR's booth and experience the Ladybug2 spherical camera and Bumblebee2 stereo vision camera.
Interested in PGR's Ladybug2
spherical video camera? Here's your chance to preview live
footage captured using the Ladybug SDK software. Get your
free Ladybug2 Demo DVD when you stop by PGR's booth #928 during
the SIGGRAPH 2006 show
or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
view captured with the Ladybug2
The Ladybug2 is the next generation of spherical digital
video cameras ideal for a wide range of applications including
high end security and surveillance, virtual reality and
GIS. Featuring six imagers, the Ladybug2 system can collect
video from more than 75% of the full sphere. Via an IEEE-1394b
interface and proprietary 1.2Gbps optical link to the Compressor
unit, the Ladybug2 can stream to disk at 30 FPS.
More information on the Ladybug2 can be found in the Technical
Specifications and Getting
Your complete Ladybug2 Development Kit includes:
- Ladybug2 Camera Head Unit
- Ladybug2 Compressor Unit
- 4.5 meter, 9-pin to 9-pin, IEEE-1394b cable
- 4.5 meter, 6-pin to 9-pin, 1394a to 1394b cable
- 4.5 meter, 4-pin to 9-pin, 1394a to 1394b cable
- 10 meter 62.5/125um fiber optic link cable
- 10 meter, 3-pin power link cable
- IEEE-1394b OHCI Host Adapter 3 port-800Mbps card
- 24V 2.5A power supply with standard connector and wall
- Ladybug SDK, including C/C++ API, device drivers and
new and improved calibration files. Existing users can contact
email@example.com to download these.
For more information or to place a Ladybug2 order contact
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interested in pursuing new projects and welcomes your comments
and ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cheers, The staff at PGR
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Order your Flea®2 and Firefly® MV cameras today!
is the world's smallest IEEE-1394b camera measuring only 29x29x30
cubic mm and weighing in at only 58g (without optics). The
Flea2 is available as a 640x480 at 60 FPS or 1024x768 at 30
FPS camera, in color or monochrome options. Despite it's miniature
size, the Flea2 is packed with features ideal for machine
vision applications. Features include:
- external trigger / strobe output
- ROI and pixel binning
- on camera color processing
- full frame rate color image transmission
- backward compatible with the IEEE-1394a interface
- jack screws for secure positive locking
Similar in size to the Flea2, the Firefly
MV is a board level camera equipped with external trigger
functionality and is available for under $200 USD. The Firefly
MV runs at 640x480 at 60 FPS and is also an ideal candidate
for machine vision applications.
Order your Flea2 and Firefly MV cameras today! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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