The 3DPIXA 3D line scan color camera from Chromasens (Burlington, MA) employs factory-calibrated stereo engineering. To output both color images and 3D altitude data in real time, the Chromasens 3DPIXA simultaneously captures two images of the same object. Height and shape are calculated using special algorithms running on the GPU.

The cameras are available in two different principle designs: a compact system with a resolution of 15μm / 30 μm and a line frequency of up to 22 kHz, and the 3DPIXA dual system with a resolution of e.g. 10μm and a line frequency of up to 50 kHz. The latter variant inspects at speeds of up to 500mm/s, at 10 μm optical resolution.

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This article first appeared in the June, 2014 issue of Imaging Technology Magazine.

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