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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.

STEMMER IMAGING to promote Intel® D400 series of RealSense™ imaging technology


STEMMER IMAGING have been appointed as an approved supplier for Intel® RealSense™ technology and will promote and provide support services to accelerate the integration of the latest D400 series of Intel RealSense™ 3D imaging technology into real world applications.

RIC10 10 Gigabit Ethernet cameras meet the need for speed


High resolution and high frame rate cameras produce huge quantities of image data. The new RIC10 series of cameras from VRMagic utilise 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10 GbE) with GigE Vision support. This provides one of the highest data transfer rates available for industrial vision - up to 1.25GB/s over distances up to 100 metres. With an impressive choice of high resolution and high frame rate sensors, the RIC10 Series can be used in a huge range of demanding industrial applications with minimum disruption to existing factory networks.

Super speed line scan imaging


JAI has added 4k and 8k resolution models to the Sweep series of line scan cameras. These new cameras feature custom high-speed CMOS imagers and are among the fastest monochrome line scan cameras in the industry, enabling users to achieve even higher throughput to give new levels of productivity.

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One of the best penalty-stopping goalkeepers


Numerous international football stars such as Messi, Neymar and others have already tried to beat this goalkeeper from the penalty spot – mostly without success. Standing between the goalposts is not a human being, but RoboKeeper – probably the world's fastest goalkeeper.

Shipwrecks explored and filmed in stunning high definition


In March 2015, in the Indian Ocean, 200 km west of Shark Bay, Western Australia, the combined teams at Western Australian Museum and Curtin University, lowered their remote operated vehicles into the sea. Armed with a variety of cameras and sensors, the aim was to explore a pair of shipwrecks from WW2; the HMAS Sydney II and the HSK Kormoran, and reveal a deeper understanding of why they now sit on the seabed.

Roller coaster ride for high speed imaging


For many of the millions of people who ride most thrilling roller coasters and similar rides in entertainment parks around the world, the experience wouldn’t be complete without a souvenir picture taken at a critical part of the ride. As rides get faster and more complex, so do the technical challenges in capturing those pin-sharp images. Vision technology specialist, STEMMER IMAGING has worked closely with Picsolve, the leading image capture partner for the leisure and entertainment industry, to develop a new high speed imaging system that can meet those challenges.

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