Incorporating Time-of-Flight camera into a smart door lock can enhance its functionality and security, providing users with a more convenient and reliable way to access their homes or businesses.
The future application direction of TOF cameras is vast and wide-ranging. As the technology continues to improve and become more widely available. Regardless of the specific applications, it is clear that TOF cameras have the potential to revolutionize many industries and improve the quality of life for people around the world.
RGB-D cameras, also known as depth cameras, combine the traditional red-green-blue (RGB) image capturing with depth sensing capabilities. This technology provides not only the color information of a scene but also the depth information, allowing for more accurate representation and interaction within augmented reality (AR) environments.
RGB-D cameras, which combine RGB (Red Green Blue) imaging with depth sensing, are becoming increasingly popular in a variety of applications.
ToF camera is a small and lightweight piece of equipment with integrated optics and electronics, which can help various robots and smart devices to efficiently perform mid-to-long-distance navigation and obstacle avoidance. It uses passive infrared (PIR) sensing technology, which does not require light or power supply for operation.
ToF camera DMOM2000 series is a product line based on ToF technology launched by DOMI. It has the advantages of stronger light adaptability and higher ranging accuracy at medium and long distances. It can be used for mobile robots (AGV/AMR) in indoor and outdoor lighting environments.
These two industrial ToF cameras from DOMI, through refined design, have the characteristics of VGA resolution, high reliability, firm interface, and large working range, ensuring high-quality products to serve industries such as robotics, industrial automation, smart logistics, and behavior monitoring.
DOMI will release a ToF camera for industrial applications in the future. As an upgraded version of the DOMI500 series, it will balance frequency-accuracy-distance performance from the system design level. The maximum working distance will be increased from 4.1m to 10m. It has achieved essential breakthroughs in both performance and practicality.
For scenes that require instantaneous image capture of dynamic objects, DOMI ToF cameras have obvious advantages, not only stable edge data, good real-time transmission, but also strong adaptability to changes in the external lighting environment, no matter in the dark or in a workshop with strong light It can work normally without additional shading treatment.
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