Build depth sensing applications in the fields of Smart Buildings, Automation, Robotics and more!
Enable the third dimension with an 80x60 pixel resolution and 74° x 57° Field-of-View. The 3D Time-of-Flight camera benefits from a robust aluminum casing while still offering a compact (83 grams) and discrete design. It is easy to set up and to stream depth data via the USB interface on Windows or Linux OS. Terabee 3Dcam comes with an OpenNI-based SDK, C/C++ samples, Python samples, and ROS package.
Terabee recently announced the pioneering Terabee People Counting L, a completely unique product designed to satisfy the needs of users across a broad spectrum of industries. Based on a tried-and-tested 3D depth sensors using infrared ToF technology, People Counting L is a convenient and accurate solution that allows operators to view and retrieve real-time and historical people counting data directly and with ease.
By using active Time-of-Flight (ToF) technology to sense depth, the 3D camera collects non-intrusive depth image data, meaning that personal identity can never be captured. And, since the camera does not require ambient illumination for optimal performance, it is suitable for applications in low light or complete darkness.
The aluminum casing of Terabee 3Dcam 80×60 offers an easy back-panel mounting option for a more discrete and integrated look. For research, and rapid prototyping projects use the long screw slots to attach it to a surface in no time.
Our compact camera comes with an SDK containing drivers and sample codes to get you started quickly! For tests on your PC, a visualization tool is also available. It is easy to setup and to stream depth data via USB on Windows or Linux OS.
The SDK allows you to kick-start application development using the OpenNI framework in C/C++ or other languages, like Python, with existing OpenNI bindings. Drivers for ROS are also available.
Terabee has performed years of joint projects with CERN on leading-edge physics for sensor-based solutions and is the first company supported by Innogex, the French Business Incubation Centre of CERN Technologies.
This company has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 850014