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Help Out the Pros With Their Vision Systems

Amanda Lee
by Amanda Lee on Aug 24, 2017 7:00:00 AM

What's happening on DoF this week? Everything Wrist Camera!

  • Help out a Pro eliminate motion blur when using his vision system
  • Have you tried picking round parts with the Wrist Camera? Share your best methods!
  • How to troubleshoot images with the Wrist Camera
Learn more from automation Pros here!


How to Eliminate Motion Blur for Robot Vision

Shehzikhan is trying to build a robotic system that observes a moving object. He experiences a problem when the object moves a bit faster, causing motion blur in the camera input. He would like to read your suggestions on different techniques you may have in mind for removing motion blur during real-time applications. Any advice?

Picking Round Parts with the Wrist Camera  

Kaan wants to teach the Wrist Camera to pick up small round plastic parts which have a rectangular slot in the center. Given the shape of the part, the rectangle might be presented in various orientations to the robot. Our Application Engineer, David_Gariepy, suggested to use the parametric teaching method and to teach the rectangle instead of the round shape. This way he'll be able to pick the part relative to its rectangular slot. Get more info on this new teaching method. Maybe you have other methods to share?

How to Troubleshoot Images with the Wrist Camera

Sebastien wants to know your best practice for troubleshooting images with the Robotiq Wrist Camera. During one of his applications, each process has a distinct snapshot position. Get a full understanding of this issue and help him out find a solution!

 Did we miss anything?  Ask the Pros on DoF!

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Amanda Lee
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