Visionaries @Multipix

Our days at Multipix are illuminated with many ‘light-bulb’ moments which may be anything from remembering ‘hands-face-space’ to mastering the latest 3D technology to cross our paths. Despite all that 2020/21 has presented, the whole team at Multipix is busy satisfying customer requirements as well as playing with all the latest tech to fall on our desks from our innovative and exciting supplier line-up.

Visionaries @Multipix will report on the latest innovations, techniques and technology that we are supplying customers with as well as interests from the wider-world we think you will enjoy reading about.

It’s not so easy for us to visit each other right now,  so instead we are sharing what we are working on, what’s capturing our attention and bringing snippets of technology and fun to your screen!

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Visionaries @Multipix

Robot dog anyone?

Boston Dynamics: Spot

Multipix recently visited the Festival of Speed event at Goodwood where Spot the Dog from Boston Dynamics had drawn lots of attention, he may not of been the fastest up the hill, but he was certainly the best thing to go up! Take a look at Spot in action, love it or hate it, you can’t help but be impressed at this technology!  From picking up your laundry to working on farms, mines and even on SpaceX’s launch pad, where he even gets his own dog house.

Will the abilities of robots ever reach an end, It’s safe to say we all want our own Spot!

Support at Play

Washer Inspection System

Using Euresys EasyGauge and the eGrabber bridge libraries, the Multipix support team have built a system to inspect a round metallic washer. The camera is triggered by a hardware trigger signal, which in turn is used to trigger the light. This keeps the light and exposure time synchronized. A pattern match is performed on the washer to locate it, then the centricity of the inner and outer edges of the part is found and printed to the screen.


New Easy3DMatch

3D alignment and inspection library
  • Align a scanned 3D object with another scan or with a reference mesh
  • Compute the local distances between 3D scans and a golden sample or reference mesh
  • Detect anomalies such as misplaced features, geometric distortions, gaps, bumps,…
  • Compatible with all 3D sensors that produce point clouds, depth maps or height maps

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