Stereo vision in the palm of your hand
Small form high-resolution stereo vision camera for accurate near-field mapping
Titania is one of the highest resolution stereo vision cameras available.
Using the latest sensor technology from Sony, Titania can produce high-resolution 3D models and 2D images.
The small form factor and global shutters mean it can perform scans of areas through handheld operation or using a robotic arm. The built-in pattern illumination and attachable lighting mean the system may be used when lighting conditions are poor.
Titania uses our proprietary stereo matching algorithm originally developed for the Mars Rovers missions and which is the result of decades of development.
The system delivers an optimum balance between speed and accuracy making it perfect for real-time applications. Combining the high specification camera technology with i3Dr’s advanced 3D stereo matching algorithms means Titania produces the most detailed 3D scene possible from a small form-factor system.
i3Dr’s Phase Toolkit is provided to allow users to re-calibrate the cameras, recalibrate the system, and view & save 3D point clouds. We have used the popular computer vision library, Open CV, to make it easy to integrate Titania into your own custom applications. In addition to producing 2D data/3D models, i3Dr’s powerful Phase Toolkit allows for machine vision and machine learning analysis on the data produced, enabling the system to be used when artificial intelligence is required.
Because Titania uses a global shutter and hardware-triggered frame synchronisation, it can capture subjects in motion. Combined with a 60 fps frame rate, Titania enables the capture of smooth 3D video in any lighting conditions.
Titania was originally developed for use in nuclear glovebox operations.
The camera is small enough to access all areas of a glovebox and is manoeuvrable around contents such as pipes and vessels, and will fit through 6-inch ports. Titania acquires 2D images and 3D models in near-real-time and, using the latest machine learning algorithms, has been used to perform object detection to alert users to sharp and/or hazardous objects. The output can be saved for post-process inspection or saved for regulatory purposes.
Titania, can stream 3D data into VR using the Phase Toolkit and a custom Unity package. This feature, combined with its size, makes Titania ideal for no-hands-in-glovebox teleoperations.
We have created ROS packages to aid quick interfacing with common robotic arms including the Kinova robotic arm and Universal Robots for robotic glovebox operation.
- Designed for harsh and industrial environments
- Global shutter provides artifact-free images in movement
- Global shutter enables accurate stereo synchronisation
- Is customisable
- Can be integrated with other sensors
- Can be mounted on a robot
Pattern projector: match more
One of the well-known limitations of stereo imaging is poor performance in featureless or low texture scenes, for example, painted walls. Titania solves this by including an eye-safe pattern projector that provides texture in indoor scenes.
- Camera resolution (px) 1920 x 1200 (2.3 MP)
- Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
- Bit depth Monochrome 8/12-bit
- Sensor (x 2)
- 1.1 Sony IMX39
- Maximum Acquisition Frame Rate 60 fps*
- Weight: 350g