Bluefin Robotics moves to next phase of development for minehunting UUV on Navy's Littoral Combat Ship
Adept Technology to Demonstrate Robotic Packaging Solutions That Deliver Productivity and Food Safety at Major Chinese Trade Show
A team at the University of Japan have developed a camera system for tracking fast moving objects automatically and accurately without motion prediction. The example video shown on their website demonstrates the camera tracking a ping pong game. Even a high-speed object like a bouncing pingpong ball in play can be tracked at the center due to a high-speed optical gaze controller Saccade Mirror and a 1000-fps high-speed vision. The Saccade Mirror controls a camera's gazing direction not by moving the camera itself but by rotating two-axis small galvanometer mirrors. It takes no more than 3.5 ms even if it controls the gaze by 60 deg, the widest angle, for both pan and tilt. The newest prototype system accesses a Full HD image quality for an actual broadcasting service.
Health Robotics Reports Record 32 New Sales in 2Q2012 and 63 New Sales YTD, Reaching 300 Global Installations
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