One software for all Ensenso 3D cameras
Semi-global stereo matching
Highly parallelized semi-global stereo matching guarantees dense, high quality depth images with per-pixel XYZ coordinates.
Define your workspace coordinate system easily via an Ensenso calibration plate.
Telecentric height maps with fixed pixel size and orientation enable simplified processing.
Calibrates moving and fixed cameras to 6 axis robots.
Extract geometrical bodies like layers, balls or cylinders from the captured point-clouds.
Measure the calibration plate position accurately to the micrometer and the rotation in real-time.
JSON based API
Use the structured, object-oriented and easily extendable API based on JSON for C, C++ and C#.
Exchange your process or configuration data easily with remote API access via DLL interface or TCP.
Combine multiple stereo cameras to a single capture system for textured point clouds.
Get a virtual 3D visualization of textured surfaces captured from multiple cameras.
PatchMatch Stereo Matching
The randomised algorithm for finding correspondences between different image sections enables stereo matching over the entire workspace in one run (can be used with and without FlexView).
NxView is a sample program with source code which demonstrates the main function of the NxLib library. It allows you to open one or multiple stereo or color cameras and visualizes the captured texture and depth data. Parameters like exposure time, binning, AOI and the stereo matching volume can be adjusted interactively.
NxLib is the core library of our SDK. It contains the stereo matching algorithm, calibration and processing functionality.
You can now use the Ensenso camera selector to help you choose components. Simply enter your parameters in the online configuration tool and it will list the best possible combinations for your application.
Select suitable accessories for your Ensenso 3D camera.