PROPHESEE reveals the world’s first event-based vision sensor, in an industry-standard package.
Now ready for mass deployment in your machine vision systems.
METAVISION® SENSOR, PACKAGED
Prophesee third generation Metavision® sensor, is now available in an industry-standard package. For the first time, Event-Based Vision’s light and efficient integration into existing system is made possible.
640×480 VGA Event-Based sensor
Package: 13×15 mm mini PBGA
Typical Background Activity
BUILT FOR THE INDUSTRY 4.0 REVOLUTION
A new category of Machine Vision to unlock a new performance dimension in speed, precision and endurance for Ultra-High Speed counting, Vibration Measurement, Kinematic Monitoring and more.
Motion Period Irregularity Detection
Minimal Amplitude Detection
REVEAL THE INVISIBLE
BETWEEN THE FRAMES
In a traditional frame-based sensor, the whole sensor array is triggered at a pre-defined rhythm, regardless of the actual scene’s dynamics.
This leads to the acquisition of large volumes of raw, undersampled or redundant, data.
On the LEFT, a simulation of Frame-Based Vision running at 10fps. This approach leverages traditional cinema techniques and records a succession of static images to represent movement. Between these images, there is nothing, the system is blind by design.
On the RIGHT, the same scene recorded using Event-Based Vision. There is no gap between the frames, because there are no frames anymore. Instead, a continuous stream of essential information dynamically driven by movement, pixel by pixel.
This drastically reduces the power, latency and data processing requirements imposed by traditional frame-based systems.
With sensor purchase comes a complementary access to an advanced toolkit composed of an Online Portal, Drivers, data Player and SDK.
We are sharing an advanced toolkit so you can start building your own vision.
Gain access to PROPHESEE Knowledge Center. A portal gathering all the essential resources to learn and use Event-Based Vision to its full potential.
An interface to record sequences and visualize event data.
Drivers to interface with the sensor and conduct initial configurations.
A software library of application level algorithms, C++ binaries. Contains 3 applications: tracking, high-speed counting, and vibration measurement.