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Panasonic D-IMager
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Eric Gregori
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Has anyone worked with this?

http://panasonic-electric-works.net/D-IMager/index.html

It's a time-of-flight 3D sensor using a custom CCD from Panasonic.

 

"The time delay between the LED emitters and the target reflected light is measured on a pixel by pixel basis.
The distance of the target is obtained and calculated by means of internal processing."

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Features

1. Unique(laser-free)distance measuring methodology:
- Safe and non-invasive ?uses near-infrared LEDs and specially-designed CCD devices.
2. Excellent distance data resolution:
- Wide viewing angle,perfect for multiple motion detection ( 60 degrees on the horizontal plane)
- Selectable frame rates:15,20,25,30 frames/sec modes available.
3. Attractive design:
- Impressively small,light and compact.
N@PANA (not verified)

Eric

I would be more than happy to send you the specs if you need them. The sensor is made in Japan and its being marketed for the most part for non-gaming applications ( ie Digital Signage, Physical training etc).

Nick