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The Basler Time-of-Flight Camera works according to the "pulsed Time-of-Flight principle." It has an integrated light source with eight high-power LEDs that work in the near-infrared range (850 nm) and are thus almost invisible to the human eye.

Technology
2D+3D

2D & 3D

In contrast to other 3D technologies like stereo vision or laser triangulation, a Time-of-Flight Camera provides one 2D and one 3D image each at the same time.

Resolution

The Basler Time-of-Flight Camera offers a very high resolution compared to traditional Time-of-Flight Cameras, namely VGA. Users benefit from a high amount of depth data and can therefore get the optimum from their application.

Resolution
Speed

Speed

The Basler Time-of-Flight Camera currently offers a frame rate of 20 fps and can record a moving object “on the fly” – there is no need to stop the object.

Ease-of-use and Simple Integration

The Basler Time-of-Flight Camera consists of just one component with an integrated light source and is fully calibrated at the factory. This reduces the complexity of the setup to a minimum.

A large selection of sample code, excellent API and the Time-of-Flight viewer simplify the operation enormously.

Ease-of-use and simple integration
Potential of Time-of-Flight cameras & market penetration

Potential of Time-of-Flight Cameras & Market Penetration

The 3D market in general and the Time-of-Flight technology in particular have tremendous market potential. Independent market studies anticipate an annual growth of about 30% for the next 3 years.