3D Depth, In All Forms

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Enterprise-ready

We offer varieties of depth perception cameras in different configurations, such as baseline, viewing angles, size etc.  With these selections, you can find the solution that best suits your needs and save your design effort and time to market.

 

For custom housing integration, cameras are also available lower cost bulk packaging in module form factor for prototyping and quick volume production. 

See Like We Do
 

eCapture depth perception camera uses Silicon technology to mimic human stereo vision. The stereo depth cameras combine depth perception, image capturing, and spatial understanding, providing your application with the most versatile camera solution. 

Infrared Active Light

The eCapture depth perception camera has built-in IR illuminators, allowing the operation under natural light and active structured light fusion. This significantly improves recognition accuracy for white walls and untextured objects. It also enhances vision in completely dark environments.

High-Performance Image Processing Chip

The stereo depth camera includes a cutting-edge, high-performance image processing chip at its core. This powerful processor allows the edge computing device to generate a complete stereo depth map without having to rely on the CPU/GPU of the host. This results in a robust integrated and lower-power solution for 3D depth-sensing applications.

Market Proven Depth Camera Solution

eCapture provides cost-effective stereo depth camera solutions. Browse through our selection of depth perception cameras below.

 

Global Shutter

eCapture employs Global Shutter, a technology to realize simultaneous exposure of all pixels of both cameras. In rapid-moving shooting scenarios, the technology can effectively reduce image distortion to provide a more accurate image.