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Color vision system for industrial applications
Author(s): Michel Ollivier; Martial Grimm; Jean-Philippe Igersheim; Sylvain Rion; Serge Weber
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Paper Abstract

Most industrial vision applications use black and white sensors. Specific lighting or optical filters are often used to analyze colored parts. Nevertheless, this approach can be inadequate for applications in particular domains (foods, printing, etc.). In some cases, it can be necessary to analyze the hue of the parts in addition to their intensity. The availability of low- cost CCD color cameras allows the development of this kind of solution. The purpose of the project presented here is to define and develop a color vision system corresponding to industrial requirements, especially in the range of low to medium performance systems. Such a system must respect the following constraints: (1) wide variety of problems and small amount of equipment for one kind of application, (2) cadences: many applications need to control about 10 parts per second, and (3) cost.

Paper Details

Date Published: 17 December 1993
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 1989, Computer Vision for Industry, (17 December 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.164851
Show Author Affiliations
Michel Ollivier, ZART des Perrieres (France)
Martial Grimm, OLAF (France)
Jean-Philippe Igersheim, OLAF (France)
Sylvain Rion, OLAF (France)
Serge Weber, Lab. d'Electronique (France)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1989:
Computer Vision for Industry
Donald W. Braggins, Editor(s)

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