Friday, February 15, 2019

TrinamiX Managing Director on Distance Measuring

TrinamiX Managing Director Ingmar Bruder explains how organic solar cells can be used for 3D distance measuring:


  1. Vladimir, on the main webpage: we are getting the "wrong video and thumbnail" error again.

    On the main webpage the video thumbnail (and the video that is shown when the title is clicked) is: "Available Canon CMOS Sensors For A Wide Range Of Imaging Applications" at: .

    On THIS webpage ( I see the correct thumbnail and video for the article.

    1. Most probably, the browser cache refresh would solve the problem. This happens to me quite often as well.

  2. I have read quite a few posts on Time of Flight and other 3D scanning technologies, but none seems to allow me to take measurements of a wall with high enough accuracy to use for robotic trimming.

    I am looking for a solution to measure walls using a simple scan or photo technique, such as Leica360, or the Occipital Structure scanner. I need 1/16 inch accuracy from 2 to 3 mn distance.

    Any ideas? Thanks

    1. You can consider using a camera and a pico-projector with a certain baseline in between them. The depth is calculated using triangulation method. The higher the baseline is, the higher the depth accuracy is.


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