New White Paper: Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) With Atlas10 Cameras
Today almost all Ethernet GigE Vision cameras use the UDP protocol for streaming images, which works well but requires use of the host PC's CPU resources. LUCID's Atlas10 cameras, along with an RDMA capable NIC, bypass the host PC's CPU, allowing images to be streamed directly into PC's main memory. In this white paper, you will gain valuable insight into the impact of RDMA technology on Ethernet-based machine vision cameras and see real-world performance benchmarks of our Atlas10 10GigE cameras with RDMA. Download white paper!
New Case Study: Robot Gripper Uses the Helios2 3D Camera
Learn about a new robot gripper by Roboshin that specializes in picking plastic bins. LUCID's Helios2 3D time-of-flight camera is located on the gripper. Video clip included! Read case study.
The new 65-megapixel Atlas10 is our highest resolution camera yet. Featuring the Gpixel GMAX3265 global shutter sensor, sized to fit comfortably behind a 35 mm lens and a TFL-II mount, it is a cost-effective solution for applications like semiconductor inspection, surveillance metrology, and flat panel display inspection. Coming soon! Learn more.
New Triton2 Camera Models
The new Triton2 – 2.5GigE camera family keeps growing. Additional models to be released soon include Sony Pregius S 20.4 MP (IMX541), 20.0 MP (IMX183), 16.2 MP (IMX542), and 8.1 MP (IMX546) CMOS image sensors. Learn more.
Webinar: Spectral Imaging
April 4, Online Webinar — Join us for an InVision TechTalk on spectral imaging, where we discuss SWIR and UV machine vision camera technologies.
May 9–12, Stuttgart, Germany — Control brings together a range of technologies, processes, products and system solutions for industrial quality assurance. Visit us in Booth #7401 in Hall 7.
Vision China Beijing
May 17–18, Beijing, China — At the machine vision exhibition of Vision China Beijing, we showcase some of our latest camera technologies. Visit us at our Booth #S15.