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Advantages of having RGB and depth data in a single time of flight camera
One of the most common depth-sensing technologies on the market today is time-of-flight cameras. To enable autonomous navigation, they use the light illumination approach to assess depth for obstacle detection. Autonomous mobile robots and autonomous guided vehicles are two of the most common uses for time of flight cameras. A time of flight camera must only give the depth data of the scene in order to measure depth. The ability to broadcast RGB data with it, on the other hand, has certain advantages. In this post, we'll look at those benefits as well as some of the instances in which you could need this capability.
What is multipath interference? How to minimize it in Time-of-Flight cameras?
Time-of-Flight (ToF) cameras are powerful embedded vision solutions that provide real-time depth measurement – predominantly for applications that require autonomous and guided navigation. As you may know, ToF sensors use the light illumination technique where the depth is measured based on the time it takes for the emitted light to come back from the target object.
What is pixel binning – how does it work and what are its advantages?
Because it's a feature incorporated in many modern smartphones, the phrase "pixel binning" has been bandied around casually in recent years. Even if the average user has never heard of pixel binning, it makes a considerable impact in image quality.
MIPI camera vs USB camera – a detailed comparison
Over the past few years, embedded vision has evolved from a buzzword to a widely adopted technology used across industrial, medical, retail, entertainment, and farming sectors. With each phase of its evolution, embedded vision has ensured a significant growth in the number of camera interfaces available to choose from. However, despite the technological advancements, MIPI and USB interfaces have remained the two most popular types for a majority of embedded vision applications.