Grey Research will be
exhibiting at the IEEE Computer
Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
(CVPR) June 29 - July 2nd in Washington, DC.
The venue offers a number of
tutorials, workshops and
demonstrations illustrating the latest findings in computer vision and
pattern recognition technologies.
As an exhibitor, PGR will have their
complete selection of Firewire,
stereo vision and spherical imaging products available on hand.
Live demos will be running using the Bumblebee®
stereo camera and our Ladybug®
Plus, be one of the first to try the Dragonfly®
Express, the latest camera release from PGR which runs up
to 175 FPS using the new 1394b interface and 120 FPS using
Plan on visiting PGR at the
introduction of the serial port functionality, PGR's Scorpion™ and Flea™ cameras can now control devices local to the camera via the
IEEE-1394 interface. This allows for two way communication
computer and peripheral devices such as sensors and actuators.
Other examples include: GPS, thermometers, robotic arm,
motion stage and
Users can access the serial port via
the GPIO pins
located on the back of the camera.
For more detailed instructions on how to
configure and test the serial port feature, here's a link to the Serial Port
Technical Application Note.
For more information on the Flea™ or Scorpion™ cameras you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
User Group Meeting
Product Users!! Here's your chance to be part of a milestone
event, the first ever PGR User Group Meeting.
PGR will be hosting this session
during the CVPR Conference on
Thursday July 1, 2004 between 12:00 noon - 1:30pm.
Come join us! It's a
opportunity to meet other PGR users, ask questions and get the inside
scoop on the latest PGR
Hot topics to be discussed
are new firmware functionality, using PGR cameras under Linux and
many more. Feel free to let us know of other topics that might be
A complimentary lunch will be
provided for all registrants. Registration
is limited so email email@example.com
asap to reserve your spot.