Flicker- and Reflection-Free Multi-Light Illumination
Multi-light technology is a lighting approach for microscopes driven by the combination of specific hardware (LED lighting) and software (frames live integration) elements aimed to empower human and enhance machine vision of objects.
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Key Features and Benefits
- Several high-speed LED lighting sections are turned on/off one by one in synchronization with the capture of frames
- The sets of frames are integrated into a clear image without manipulating an object
- Images free from overexposure make possible for robust defects detection (those seen from one direction only) and examination of details beneath glossy/shadow areas
- Flawless video stream is instant with 5 Mpxl resolution and up to 20 FPS speed
See details on the FLICKER- AND REFLECTION-FREE MULTI-LIGHT ILLUMINATION page of the Octonus DM site.
Curved surfaces. Typical lighting arrangements result in specular reflections at all sample orientations. Multi-light reveals a fine surface structure and internal details.
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Polished surfaces and transparent objects. Both direct and diffused modes create reflections and refractions which obscure internal features. Multi-light reveals internal details.
Video Example: COB LED under Conventional and Multilight Lighting
In the video, you can compare COB LED under conventional top lighting and multilight:
Below is the example of DM Gold photometric stereo scan (click to enlarge):
You can test this example online on this page. You can:
- Use the mouse wheel to zoom.
- Pan with the right mouse button.
Pay your attention to how the relief of various depths is highlighted with colors on a model.
Used by Products
- DM Gold
- M-Box Multi-Light
- Adding to other products is planned