The camera was developed to fill the need for rugged, waterproof, high-speed 3D sensor. Our cameras can be used outdoors with precipitation and varying temperatures. They have also been vibration tested per the MIL-STD-810G standard. Multisense cameras are advantageous over LIDAR because there are no moving parts, and they continuously update the entire field of view with every frame. 30 frame-per-second 3D processing is possible at reduced resolutions, or 15 frames-per-second at full (2MP) resolution. The camera also runs its own stereo matching algorithms onboard, and outputs depth information in the form of disparity images. The camera uses disparity images because they contain all information needed to create a 3D point cloud but in a much smaller size. More details can be found on our product page.
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