Report and pictures from Vision-2010

We are back from Vision-2010 in Stuttgart with inspiration and guts to continue pushing Scorpion 3D Stinger™ to everyone. There were two nice Stinger demos on the show:

  • 3D Identification and Location with Scorpion 3D SmartCam at Sony’s booth
  • 3D Robot Vision at Polytec’s booth.

3D Identification and Location at Sony

The compact Scorpion 3D Robot Vision system were at display.  More information

Scorpion 3D Identification and Localtion at Sony Booth at Vision-2010

News from Sony were an ultra compact firewire camera and three new gigE camera in the XCG-series. Everything is compatible with Scorpion Vision.

Scorpion 3D Stinger™ for Robot Vision

We demonstrated the new concept for 3D Robot Vision for the first time in public. Read more The demo setup was three Sony Firewire cameras mounted on a Mitsubishi Robot. The demonstration showed a system Never Failing and capable for 3D identification and location on pallets, conveyors and crates.

Scorpion 3D Stinger™ for Robot Vision at Vision-2010

Thursday morning we experienced direct sunlight into the scene – the results is below

Scorpion 3D Stinger™ Never Fails

All four features are located with the same accuracy. The image saturation does not affect the performance.

Why should you start using  Scorpion Vision?

“Thor is a great machine vision programmer and I really enjoy working with Scorpion. It is the Cadillac of machine vision. He is extremely responsive in emails for support and always has great ideas on how to accomplish a difficult vision task. I would definitely work with him in the future.” Eric H – United States

“I met Thor at the Vision-2010 trade show. I now understand the working principles and the claim of  “will never fail” , and I support it.  Thank you for the informative discussion we’ve had. “ – Max van R – Netherlands

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