FARO DMVS – a new approach to Machine Vision
The FARO Dynamic Machine Vision Sensor (FARO DMVS), is a new, one-of-a kind high speed 3D/2D vision system that enables tight integration of verification and vision guidance capabilities for applications in which inline assembly verification, rapid recognition of defects, quick identification of object types or recognition of an object´s position in 3D space are key attributes.
As the FARO DMVS captures 3D data while either the sensor or the part to be measured moves, the sensor can be mounted on a robot or a linear axis or easily be integrated into gate-like solutions where parts and assemblies are moved along the production line.
The hybrid sensor reliably captures detailed 3D point cloud data and 2D grayscale images with unparalleled efficiency:
Inspect and verify complex parts, complicated assemblies and typically difficult-to-capture materials without stopping or slowing down the production line and implement efficient, consistent material / product handling processes without unnecessary stops.
The FARO DMVS is designed to function in lighting conditions where traditional sensors struggle or fail and able to survive in the most demanding environments.
This one-of-a kind design and its outstanding capabilities make the FARO DMVS an essential, versatile building block for 3D verification and vision guidance in systems integration.
FARO® Optor Body™
The FARO® Optor Body™ is the only full color solution capable of tracking and digitizing in real-time face and body for smile design, medical applications and diagnostic investigations. Optor Body expands FARO’s 3D scanner family with the first real-time facial and body scanner. Optor Body plays a significant role in the process of generating restorations, prosthesis, implants, or documentation.
This handheld scanner allows the user to easily acquire a face or body part in a matter of seconds. Its use is similar to a video camera: the doctor moves the sensor to frame the target. The 3D model is displayed on the monitor in real time during the scanning process. The user can quickly scan the patient, register, track and digitize the movements, capture textures in order to better gain the final result. The Jaw-Motion Acquisition option gives the technician exact digital parameters without setting external devices. The doctor is able to capture the real patient movements and build the project in accord with the exact and precise esthetic of the person. Everything is developed using real parameters not generic estimations, thus ensuring a better end result.
FARO Optor Body offers both scanning and tracking information for a new and innovative way of developing projects.
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