We produce quality. Everyday.
Here are some examples:
- the housing of our HDR-sensor heads are made from solid aluminium; a specific alignment process of the specific lens vs. the specific sensor ensures highest sharpness, as well as long-term stability of the Inner-Orientation, which is most important for a precise 3D-measurement.
- each of the sensor HDR-sensor heads is then individually characterized. This approach allows to generate a specific compensation for first-order lens induced artefacts like Vignetting (even f-stop dependent), Chromatic Aberration and Lens-Distortion (even distance dependant).
- the outer-housing of our cameras (image to the left) is made from solid aluminium blanks again. An exoskeletton-approach ensures the long-term position-stability of the HDR-Sensor nodal point vs. the camera rotation axis. Nodal point mismatch is typically less than 40 microns.
- due to our continuous scanning approch, the fill-factor in our cameras is almost 100%. This completely removes the requirement for any de-bayering (like in DSLR's with typically a fill factor of 33% have to do). As a remark: this fact would allow our camera to claim a full spherical resolution of ~150 MPixel with an image sharpness comparable to a DSLR.
-as the continuous rotation is measured precisely, the is no need to derive (guess) the rotation-angle (e.g. from analysing corresponding features). Hereby the 3D-measurement results of our solution indeed are independant of the image content
- each Camera and Scanlight has sucessfully passed test-sequences in both a jarring-tester, a clima-chamber and a rigorous personal check-up of the actual scope of supply, including 3d-measurement accuracy.