Machine vision - Sports, entertainment & broadcast

SPORTS, ENTERTAINMENT & BROADCAST

Non-industrial solutions based on industial components

Sports, entertainment & broadcast

Competitive contest decisions, game statistics and technique training are examples where machine vision is used in sports. This data coupled with 3D tracking enables the gaming entertainment industry to create lifelike games based on real event data.

Expanded camera portfolio with powerful USB3 cameras from Teledyne Lumenera

01/09/2020

STEMMER IMAGING extends its camera portfolio to include a new series of powerful USB3 cameras ideal for outside environments due to features such as advanced P-Iris functionality.

Machine vision opens up new markets

20/07/2020

Over the years, "machine vision" has become a well-established term describing the technology's main area of application in the manufacturing industry. However, the components and systems originally developed for the industrial sector are increasingly being used in non-industrial applications.

Teledyne DALSA: Genie Nano 5GigE cameras enable high-speed data transfer over long distances

07/05/2020

Teledyne DALSA’s Genie Nano 5GigE cameras provide an ideal solution for high-speed data transfer over distances up to 100m using traditional Ethernet components. Using the 5GBASE-T interface, but with the added benefit of Teledyne DALSA’s TurboDrive technology, data throughput approaching 10GigE is possible, but at a much lower price.

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The show must go on! Keeping 3D projection mapping on track

11/03/2021

Machine vision expertise from STEMMER IMAGING helps disguise, one of the world’s leading providers of experience production software and media servers to deliver spectacular visual experiences at live events. The 3D camera/projector systems allow video content to be projected perfectly onto complex geometric surfaces such as stages, cars, buildings and domes. STEMMER IMAGING takes care of the entire pre-configuration, including testing the camera systems, and handles the global logistics process all the way to the event locations. This ensures uniform quality standards and ready-to-use systems for the customer on site. The time and effort required to set up the projection is then significantly reduced.

Machine vision opens up new markets

20/07/2020

Over the years, "machine vision" has become a well-established term describing the technology's main area of application in the manufacturing industry. However, the components and systems originally developed for the industrial sector are increasingly being used in non-industrial applications.

Imaging systems for sports tracking

05/02/2019

Machine vision technology does not only achieve extraordinary results in industrial applications, it is also very useful in other areas. The following article shows some examples from the sporting world.

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