The V-STARS M8 Multiple camera system provides real-time
measurement in unstable conditions.
V-STARS M8 is a
3D coordinate measurement system that uses two or more
INCA3 cameras to make accurate, real-time measurements
of static or dynamic objects.
Like the single camera system, the V-STARS M8 can measure
retro-reflective targets, or projected PRO-SPOT targets. However,
the V-STARS M8 can also measure features directly using
small, wireless hand-held probes.
A unique feature of this system is its ability to make real-time
measurements in unstable environments.
The system can operate in stable mode, which provides a quick
set up, but relies on the cameras remaining unmoved during the
measurement period. Alternatively a non-stable mode is available
that allows vibration or movement of the cameras to occur without
loss of accuracy. This mode locates the cameras each and every
time a set of pictures is taken using a stable field of control
points on the object. Thus, movement of the cameras is fully
accounted for and of no consequence. Typically, the control
field is established by a quick single-camera measurement.
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