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  • Multisensor & Intell. Cameras
Sep 2008
VRmagic GmbH, ImagingRequest Info
MANNHEIM, Germany, Sept. 29, 2008 – VRmagic GmbH has announced it will release an FPGA camera with up to four pixel-synchronous sensors and a compact, programmable intelligent camera.

VRmagic_Multisensor_Camera.jpgThe FPGA camera features CMOS sensors with global shutter which can be connected by an LVDS data cable and can be freely positioned. The image data is coordinated on a FPGA module with at least 256 MB RAM. It can produce pixel-synchronous images from multiple positions required for three-dimensional reconstruction, and light section-, gray code- and phase shift processes can be applied to moving objects.

The intelligent component from the company is a high-performance camera that features a combination of ARM processor, DSP and an optional FPGA module. The cameras operate autonomously with a Linux operating system, and developers can transfer their own algorithms to the DSP conveniently with a cross compiler. It is VRmagic_Intelligent_Camera_.jpgequipped with 128 MB RAM and a 128 MB flash module. It features interfaces including Ethernet, USB 2.0 Host and general purpose I/O, with CAN Bus and PROFIBUS options. It is suitable for OEM applications.

For more information, visit:

VRmagic GmbH
Augustaanlage 32
68165 Mannheim
Phone: +49 621 400 416 0
Fax: +49 621 400 416 99


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