VRmagic releases a smart, automated multiple sensor camera that can effectively execute complicated imaging processes autonomously. A sensitive foil-wire with LVDS signaling interconnects nearly four external sensors to the core unit of the camera.
The camera is capable of delivering pixel-compatible images from various angles as needed for instance, in a three-dimensional re-modeling of mobile bodies. The smart camera is operative in a superior Debian Linux operating platform, facilitating the image developers to automate their own application systems and transmitting the applications to a camera deploying cross-compilers. The application system and the camera include similar APIs.
Texas Instruments’ DaVinci processor is integrated in it and the components contain ARM9 processor with 300 MHz frequency which is operative in a Linux based platform and a DSP with 600 MHz frequency featuring 4800 MIPs for various image processing activities. The camera supports RAM with 256 MB and a flash module of 512 MB. The interfaces include USB 2.0 Host, Ethernet, Analog Video Output, RS232 and common Purpose I/O and optional CAN Bus and PROFIBUS modules.
The dimension of the external sensors falls in the range of 28mm x 19 mm. The CMOS sensors featuring global shutters are accessible in monochrome or in multi-color. The image information is accommodated on a FPGA module which supports 256 MB RAM.