Extend The Capabilities With Zenvus Imaging System

Extend The Capabilities With Zenvus Imaging System

From Fasmicro’s Zenvus Lab – you want to extend your hands to capture an image. Think of the efforts to take a group photograph and every person wants to be in the photo with no one volunteering to do the shooting. (We have a similar friction for an industrial system but the problem being that the elevation is higher than the FOV (field of view) of the image taker.) We have a simple solution: have a Zenvus camera and install our proprietary app (not on Play store or IOS store).

The Zenvus camera will be positioned to do the image capturing. Each of you, all smiling, can then use your individual smartphones to take photos and magically everyone will be in the photos. There is a time setting that can give you time to hide the phones before Zenvus camera begins to take the photos.The images you acquire can be GIS tagged and converted into many image processing formats, enabling all kinds of things. Interestingly, we have not made the camera for “group taking photo” but an application it would be used depicts similar constructs where elevations of camera field of views are critical.

This does not need Internet to work as you can create a “local network” for all to work seamlessly.

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From Fasmicro’s Zenvus Lab – you want to extend your hands to capture an image. Think of the efforts to take a group photograph and every person wants to be in the photo with no one volunteering to do the shooting. (We have a similar friction for an industrial system but the problem being that the elevation is higher than the FOV of the image taker.) We have a simple solution: re-engineer the firmware in the Zenvus imaging system and extend the possibilities by making it such that everyone can time-take the picture with his/her personal phone, “taking” over the capturing camera. This does not need Internet to work as you can create a “local network” for all to work seamlessly.

The machine named “Fasmicro” is the engine built in the camera firmware to enable you to create a protocol that can help this image capture. We process the images in seven different formats delivering insights on what is being seen.

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