3D Camera Market Study Released
The new Technavio's "Global 3D Camera Market" analysts forecast the global 3D camera market to grow at a rate of 40% over the period 2014-2019. The full report is on sale since October 15, 2015..
Insect 3D Vision Mimicked with 4mm Stereoscopic Camera
Visionsense (Philadelphia, USA) has developed a 3D HD camera that optically maps the surgical field. The technology imitates the eye of a bee: a single sensor divided into hundreds of thousands of tiny eyes looking in different directions, using an array of micron-sized elements. The elemental information is translated using advanced proprietary software into the left eye and right eye images. The result is a clear stereoscopic view, which bypasses the diffraction limit that restricts all current miniature cameras. A 3D Video sample visible here under (in 3D).
Sony DEV-50 Binoculars Record 3D HD Video
Sony (Japan) offers the DEV50 Digital Binoculars with Full HD 3D Recording for some tme now, but at $1,999.99 they offer still very good value for money . With a digital stabilizer and a x12 optical (x25 digital) zoom, the DEV-50 are splash- and dust-proof, light and easy to carry.
On top of recording geotagged 3D video, the DEV-50 is also taking still pictures at 20 megapixels in 2D, so hunters, birders, whale-watchers, and plane spotters will love it.
PhoXi Cam 3D Cameras by Photoneo
Photoneo’s (Slovakia) 3D object sensing is based on an advanced structured light technique, whereby a set of coded patterns is projected on the object under inspection. The company’s PhoXi scanner family has its own projection system, CMOS sensors from Sony and graphics processing units from Nvidia.