Nerian Stereo Vision system
The SP1 stereo vision system is Nerian's solution for embedded real-time stereo matching. Unlike most other approaches to depth sensing, stereo matching is a purely passive technology which also works in bright daylight. Thanks to an integrated FPGA, the SP1 is capable of processing the imagery of two USB cameras in real-time, and produces a dense disparity map.
The SP1 Real-Time Stereo Vision System
All 3D visualizations have been rendered with the ROS robot operating system.
Using FPGA-technology, the SP1 stereo vision system is able to perform stereo matching on the imagery of two attached USB cameras in real-time. The processing result, which is a dense disparity map with sub-pixel resolution, is transmitted through gigabit-ethernet to an attached computer or embedded system. The list of supported cameras is here.
Nerian Vision Technlogies is based in Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Germany. Visit Nerian.com for more info.