SceneScan Stereo Vision Sensor
3D Measurement Performance with 2 Models
SceneScan: Depth-sensing through stereo vision at 135 fps
SceneScan is Nerian’s latest 3D depth perception solution and the successor to our successful SP1 Stereovision Sensor. Using stereo vision and hardware-based image processing, SceneScan computes a 3D image of the observed environment in real-time. Unlike conventional depth cameras, no light in the visible or invisible spectral range needs to be emitted for this. As a result, SceneScan provides accurate 3D perception even under difficult conditions, such as bright daylight, long range measurements, overlapping ranges, or even underwater measurements.
Should SceneScan not meet your performance requirements, then our even more powerful Scarlet 3D depth camera might be the right choice for you.
Two different models are available: SceneScan and SceneScan Pro. Both models provide identical features but differ in their processing capacity. Below you find an overview of the details.
SceneScan is a cost-optimized version for applications with less demanding requirements.
Supported image types: Monochrome
Max. greyscale resolution: 0.5 MP
Max. disparity: 128 Pixel
Max. frame rate: 45 fps
SceneScan Pro has the highest possible processing power and is therefore suitable for extremely demanding applications.
Supported image types: Monochrome and color
Max. greyscale resolution: 6.2 MP
Max. disparity: 256 Pixel
Max. frame rate: 135 fps
|Power supply:||11 – 14 V DC|
Less than 10 W without supplying camera power
Up to 20 W with supplying camera power
104.5 × 105.5 × 45 mm without mounting brackets
104.5 × 130 × 45 mm with mounting brackets
|I/O:||2× USB 3.0 host, gigabit ethernet, GPIO|
|Operating temperature:||0°C to 45°C|
|Conformity:||CE, FCC, RoHS|
|Stereo algorithm:||Variation of Semi-Global Matching (SGM)|
SceneScan: 800 × 800 pixels
SceneScan Pro: 2496 × 2496 pixels
|Supported pixel formats:||Mono8, Mono12, Mono12p, Mono12Packed, RGB8, BayerRG8, BayerGR8, BayerGB8, BayerBG8|
SceneScan: 64 to 128 pixels
SceneScan Pro: 96 to 256 pixels (32 pixel increment)
|Max. frame rate:|
SceneScan: 30 fps
SceneScan Pro: 135 fps
|Sub-pixel resolution:||4 bits (1/16 pixel)|
|Post-processing:||Erroneous disparity removal, noise removal, speckle filtering|
|Horizontal displacement:||-39 to +39 pixels|
|Vertical displacement:||-39 to +39 pixels|
The maximum frame rate depends on the selected image resolution and depth resolution (the disparity range). We recommend using one of the following configurations. However, other configurations are also possible.
|Range||640 × 480||800 × 592||1024 × 768||1600 × 1200||2016 × 1536|
|SceneScan||64 pixels||45 fps||30 fps||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|monochrome||128 pixels||30 fps||20 fps||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|SceneScan Pro||128 pixels||135 fps||90 fps||55 fps||22 fps||13 fps|
|monochrome||256 pixels||75 fps||53 fps||34 fps||12 fps||7 fps|
|SceneScan Pro||128 pixels||80 fps||53 fps||32 fps||13 fps||8 fps|
|color||256 pixels||72 fps||49 fps||32 fps||12 fps||7 fps|
Depth measurement examples
The image data is processed in real time by using a powerful FPGA and our advanced stereo algorithm. The processing result is a sub-pixel accurate disparity map (an inverse depth image), which is transmitted via Gigabit Ethernet to a computer or embedded system. Our open source and cross-platform API converts this disparity map into a dense 3D point cloud. Our automatic recalibration ensures the functionality of the sensor system even under mechanical stress and a long operating time.
By choosing a suitable camera setup, very different measuring ranges can be covered. Furthermore, it is possible to choose between a high frame rate or a high image or depth resolution. Frame rates of up to 135 Fps and resolutions of up to 6 megapixels are possible. This makes SceneScan the most flexible 3D sensor solution on the market. We are happy to support our customers with selecting the optimal configuration for their particular application.
The FPGA design, which is built into the SceneScan stereo vision sensor, can also be licensed as an IP core.
Depth measurement examples with the EFFI-Lase pattern projector for application in e.g. bin picking
You still have questions?
SceneScan product videos
FLIR (formerly Point Grey), Basler and Allied Vision.