μ³ HyperFocusis a technique which combines two or more images taken at different focus distances to give a final image.
We have taken the next step closer to Industrial 4.0 or Factory of the Future. This led to our in-house development of HyperFocus SDK designed exclusively for industrial application. Harnessing this technology opens up countless new possibilities within industrial machine vision, robotics, traffic management, high-end surveillance and even in this digitla broadcoat and film industry.
Focus Tunable Lens (Electrically Actuated)
Optotune's electrical lenses are current controlled. There are several options for current drivers ranging from regular lab power supplies to tiny VCM driver ICs. The electrical signal is controlled via an industrial driver with high repeat-ability and precision in mind. Applications include but not limited to Laser Projection, Machine Vision, Ophthalmology, Laser Processing, Microscopy and etc.
Micro Four Thirds (MFT)
EXO Tracer features an MFT (Micro Four Thirds) bayonet, which means that it can be used with a wide variety of high-quality lenses. MFT lenses provide high-quality optics and are very competitively priced. They are ideally suited for the sensor size of 1.1" in term of the optical beam path, thus guaranteeing a perfect image with this sensor. The camera supplies the lens with power and controls all its functions such as the aperture, zoom and focus. This is done natively via by the camera via GenIcam Properties. With an average focusing time of under 30ms, many of these lenses can be used for fast cycle times at a conveyor belt.
|Minimum Specification||Recommended Specification|
|CPU||Intel® Core™ i3 or higher||Intel® Core™ i5 or higher|
|RAM||2 GB||4 GB|
|Operating System||Windows 7 (32-bit / 64-bit)||Windows 7 or higher (64-bit)|
|Interface||2 x GigE (Optotune), 1 x GigE (MFT)|
|Dependency||Visual C++ Redistributable 2015|