- Why ZIVID
Zivid 3D color cameras
Purposedly designed, built, and tested to ensure minimal trueness drift and variation under mechanical stress from handling and daily use.
Designed for industrial use. Lightweight magnesium housing, ruggedized all-glass optics, 15G shock & 5G random vibration, 0° to 45°C operating temperature range, IP65.
Easily roll out new innovations. With regular firmware and software updates, you can always use the latest features and performance improvements.
Floating thermal calibration ensures minimal trueness drift and data output variations across the full operating temperature range.
Our endurance tests replicate the real world of working life on a robot, with vibration, acceleration, and deceleration. All the while we are monitoring for specified performance levels.
Horizontal and vertical vibration tests up to 15 G for longevity and build qualification.
Tested for the shocks and knocks that happen in the real industrial world.
Impact tests exceed several hundred Gs during build qualification.
Zivid 3D cameras stay highly calibrated even in rapidly changing thermal environments. Zivid's unique floating calibration system ensures your 3D performance is always spot on.
Temperature cycles are used to verify the temperature operating range.
We ensure that your industrial 3D camera arrives to you ready to excel. We have even carefully designed bespoke boxes and packaging that we have also tested to handle the sometimes rough journey to you through shipping handling. Your Zivid 3D camera arrives in the same condition as it left.
We even have test procedures for our 3D camera boxes. We send them around the world with test equipment inside to ensure they are up to the job of protecting your Zivid 3D camera.
The Zivid 3D hand-eye calibration API uses the factory-calibrated point cloud to calculate the resulting hand-eye calibration. Not only does this yield a better result, but it also does so in fewer positions. And more importantly, the result is repeatable and easy to obtain.
Impacts and shock can distort a 3D sensor's point cloud output. In-field correction brings the 3D camera back to a calibrated state.
The in-field correction procedure is used to perform verification and trueness error correction. With dedicated calibration boards and a simple procedure, you can achieve >3x accuracy improvement and reduce downtime.
To provide as correct as possible colors, we sample and analyze point cloud data when the projector is on and off. Zivid's 3D cameras undergo tests in typical industrial light at 4500K. The flexible and in-field upgradeable platform makes it possible to support 12/16bit linear RGB values and metric color spaces (e.g., CIELab) with software updates in the future.
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