SceneScan Stereo Vision Sensor

SceneScan relies on stereo vision and hardware-accelerated image processing to gain a 3D understanding of an observed area. Unlike conventional depth sensing methods, stereo vision is a passive technology that does not require the emittance of visible or invisible light. This is why SceneScan provides accurate 3D depth measurements even in challenging situations, such as in bright daylight, far-range measurements, multiple overlapping sensors, or even under water.

Description

SceneScan supports the USB3 Vision standard. Hence it can connect to any USB3 Vision compatible camera with a grayscale image sensor. In order to guarantee compatibility, however, we recommend using our own Karmin2 stereo camera or cameras by one of the following certified manufacturers: FLIR (formerly Point Grey), Basler, SVS-Vistek, The Imaging Source,Baumer.

SUPPORTED PLATFORM & STANDARD

supported-platform-standard
SceneScan SceneScan Pro
Max Image Resolution 800 x 800 pixels 1856 x 1856 pixels
Max Disparity 128 pixels 256 pixels
Max Frame Rate 45 fps 100 fps

The maximum frame rate depends on the selected image resolution and depth resolution (the disparity range). We recommend using one of the configurations listed below, but other configurations are possible to meet specific application requirements.

Model Disparity Range Image Resolution
640 x 480 800 x 592 1280 x 960 1600 x 1200
SceneScan 64 pixels 45 fps 30 fps n/a n/a
128 pixels 30 fps 20 fps n/a n/a
SceneScan Pro 128 pixels 100 fps 65 fps 24 fps 15 fps
256 pixels 70 fps 45 fps 15 fps 10 fps
Image Retification
Horizontal Displacement -39 to +39 pixels
Vertical Displacement -39 to +39 pixels
Interpolation Bilinear
Hardware Details
Power Supply 11 – 14 V DC
Power Consumption Less than 10 W without supplying camera power
Up to 20 W with supplying camera power
Dimensions 104.5 x 105.5 x 45 mm without mounting brackets
104.5 x 130 x 45 mm with mounting brackets
Weight 40og
I/O 2x USB 3.0 host, gigabit ethernet, GPIO
Conformity CE, FCC, RoHS
Stereo Matching
Stereo Algorithm Variation of Semi-Global Matching (SGM)
Max Image Resolution SceneScan: 800 x 800 pixels
SceneScan Pro: 1856 x 1856 pixels
Supported Pixel Format Mono 8, Mono 12, Mono 12p, Mono 12 Packed
Disparity Range SceneScan: 64 to 128 pixels
SceneScan Pro: 96 to 256 pixels (32 pixel increment)
Max Frame Rate SceneScan: 30 fps
SceneScan Pro: 100 fps
Sub-pixel Resolution 4 bits (1/16 pixel)
Post-processing Erroneous disparity removal, noise removal, speckle filtering