June 9, 2000 - Amongst the features offered in the high resolution Digiclops are image capture at 1024 by 768 pixels and at 11 frames per second. The new camera will be available in color or black and white, and provide superior accuracy of depth measurements for a variety of applications. The first high resolution Digiclops cameras will ship next quarter. Point Grey’s stereo vision cameras and software are used in a broad range of applications requiring depth measurement including obstacle avoidance, vehicle localization and navigation, people tracking, human machine interface, and object modeling.
The Company specializes in stereo calibration and the design of related hardware and software. Included in its product line are the Triclops Software Development Kit (SDK) and the Censys3D people tracking application. Point Grey Research will be demonstrating the new camera at the IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina from June 13-15, 2000.
Point Grey Research is a worldwide leader in the development of advanced digital camera technology products. Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, PGR designs, manufactures and distributes IEEE-1394 cameras, stereo vision cameras and spherical digital video cameras to a broad spectrum of industries. Through a close working relationship with its customers, PGR continues to be at the forefront of innovation.
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