Calculate 3D Capture Speed
- The time it takes a Zivid camera to capture and process a point cloud is a function of:
Number of acquisitions
Exposure time and aperture of each acquisition
Performance of the hardware used to run the camera
The calculator allows you to estimate 3D image acquisition time of a Zivid camera. This is the amount of time the camera and scene must remain still relative to each other. The 3D image acquisition time is the time it takes for the capture API to return.
In addition we have benchmarked a number of different settings on different hardware. These results include all of the above.
For more information about the point cloud capture process please see Point Cloud Capture Process.
Be aware that using the Zivid 2 at a high duty cycle can trigger thermal throttling to prevent overheating. For more on this topic check out the projector brightness page.
Below you will find benchmarks of different camera presets with different type of hardware. You can adjust cameras, configuration, and display options to find the data most interesting for you.
Note that settings with the same name may differ across camera models. For more information about recommended hardware please see Recommended Industrial PCs.
Capture function returns when the acquisition is done.
Improved capture speed of Zivid 2.